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Posted by Willy Franzen on October 29, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Campus Safety Officer, Part-time||Cheyenne, WY|
|Public Information Officer||Nantucket, MA|
|Seasonal HIM Clerk||Nantucket, MA|
|Patient Access Representative-Emergency Department||Nantucket, MA|
|Patient Access Representative||Nantucket, MA|
|Certified Medical Assistant||Hailey, ID|
|Mental Health Professional (LPC, LMFT, LCSW)||Raymondville, TX|
|Mental Health Professional (LPC, LPA, LMFT, LCSW)||Big Spring, TX|
|College Graduates - Help Make Mendocino County's Children Healthier!||Fort Bragg, CA|
|Hotel Engineering Technician||Broomfield, CO|
The majority of my Facebook friends are on the East coast, so I’m feeling a little left out right now. Everyone seems to be having fun preparing for Hurricane Sandy, even though the storm will likely cause billions in damage and cost some people their lives. Hurricanes and blizzards tend to generally more enjoyable than things like earthquakes, tornadoes, and riots. It all has to do with predictability and control. When you know a storm is coming a few days ahead of time, it’s pretty easy to prepare. But in reality we should all be prepared for emergency situations whether they’re expected or not. There may be a time when running to the store won’t be an option, and that’s why Emergency Essentials exists. They’re an Orem, UT based company that has been “helping people prepare for emergencies” for the last 25 years through their catalog, website, and retail stores. (I was tempted to write about weather related jobs today, but we’ve already done a bunch of those.)
Whether you need a 15 oz Freeze Dried Roast Beef, Potassium Iodide Tablets, or Windproof and Waterproof Matches, Emergency Essentials has it. The only thin that they don’t have that I’d want in a survival situation is guns and bullets (and maybe bars of gold). In addition to all of the products, Emergency Essentials also has a variety of articles on being prepared. I’ll admit that I haven’t felt the need to stock up yet, but if I had kids I’d probably feel different. So how can you truly make the most of Hurricane Sandy? Check out Jobs at Emergency Essentials. They’re a small company, but they are currently looking for an Accounting Clerk and an Entry Level Website Coordinator. They also have a few retail openings. There aren’t any hurricanes in Utah, so if you think Sandy is no fun at all, Emergency Essentials might be a good move for you.
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