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Brazil Internet Company - Sales Representative


Description: Brazilian Internet Marketing Company is looking for a Sales Person. Work only on commission to start. Must speak Portuguese. English is a Plus.
The candidate must have computer, Internet experience and live in California.
To apply Click Here

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Department of Human Resources Job Opportunities Website

Please visit our Employment Information Services Office (EISO) located at 3333 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90010. This office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Our staff is available to provide you with employment information, bulletin announcements and applications. There are also bulletin announcements from other agencies and jurisdictions available for your review.

For weekly updates on Open Competitive Job information in Los Angeles County Departments call our toll-free 24-hour Job Information Hotline at (800) 970-LIST (5478).

All Positions are Open to Qualified Men and Women. Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, persons with disabilities who believe they need reasonable accommodations, or help in order to apply for a position, may contact the County's ADA Coordinator that is listed on the bulletin. Applicants with TTY equipment may call DHR's TTY Hotline Numbers at (800) 897-0077 or (800) 899-4099 or CRS/TTY (800) 735-2922.

CaliforniaBrazil.com Tips

Going for the job interview

Preparing for the Interview

Know Yourself
- How long has it been since you reflected on who you are? Make a list of your skills and personal interests. What are your philosophies on education and its subcategories, like discipline, behavior and performance in the classroom? And, above all, ask yourself why you like children and want to teach them. Write your list as if you were sharing it with a stranger who doesn't know you; soon enough you'll be faced with that very scenario.

Experience - Be prepared to elaborate at the interview about your coursework and work experience, both paid and volunteer.

Get Your Portfolio in Order - If you haven't done so lately, familiarize yourself with your portfolio, making sure it is up-to-date.

Do Your Homework - Check out the district in any way you can. This would include web research for the district's website if they have one, and asking questions on education mailing lists or newsgroups. Also, with the current bashing education gets from the general public, you can count on regular articles in the local newspaper. If you are focusing on one district in particular, you should be up-to-date on what the local media is saying about the school district.

Prepare Your List of Questions - Intelligent, confident job candidates will have their own list of questions for their interviewers.

The Interview

Above all, be yourself. Answer questions honestly, with the eagerness and enthusiasm you should have naturally. If you have to fake a love for children, you are in the wrong profession. Answer questions with examples from your portfolio which you should be able to go straight to without digging. Ask your own questions about the job and its benefits, and about the district in general.

The Followup
The interview may be over, but your work isn't. Send a business-like letter to your interviewer(s) thanking them for the opportunity to meet with them. Then keep in touch with a phone call to the personnel office every week.

Tips to Remember

Plan well ahead. Get your portfolio in order, and research the school district.
Run through a mock interview.
Arrive at the interview early.
Be yourself during the interview.
Show confidence and enthusiasm.
Ask questions.
Refer to your portfolio when answering questions.


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