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A previously contacted potential employer (Radiant Technology, see above), offered a more lucrative career with high probability of upward advancement.”,”type”:”text”},”Company 2 – Can this employer be contacted?”:{“value”:”Yes”,”type”:”select”},”Company 3″:{“value”:”ITW Evercoat”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 Address”:{“value”:{“address”:”6600 Cornell Rd.”,”city”:”Cincinnati”,”state”:”OH”,”zip”:”45242″},”type”:”address”},”Company 3 Supervisor”:{“value”:”Eric”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 Phone”:{“value”:”(513) 489-7600″,”type”:”phone”},”Company 3 Job Title”:{“value”:”Floater, Warehousing”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 Start Date”:{“value”:”Aug 04, 2015″,”type”:”datetime”},”Company 3 End Date”:{“value”:”Jul 27, 2017″,”type”:”datetime”},”Company 3 Start Wage”:{“value”:”$14.70\/hr”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 Final Wage”:{“value”:”$15.30\/hr”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 Hours per week”:{“value”:”50″,”type”:”number”},”Company 3 Duties”:{“value”:”Operated and maintained various, complex production machinery\r\nFollowed standard procedures to efficiently create ITW Evercoat products\r\nSatisfied production goals during seasonally fluctuating demands\r\nEnacted proper handling and use of hazardous materials\r\nDisposed of hazardous waste products under proper OSHA guidelines\r\nSupervised new and temp hires in production procedure\r\nStocked and maintained warehouse facilities\r\nPicked and labeled orders to be staged or loaded for distribution\r\nRetrieved stock from active production lines to be stored in warehouse\r\nAcquired forklift operation certification”,”type”:”textarea”},”Company 3 Reason for Leaving”:{“value”:”Conflict of interests. After making a lateral move in the company into Warehousing\/distribution, they continuously tapped me to perform my old duties. I made a conscious decision to move, due to health concerns. After requesting and being denied proper compensation for my contributions, I decided the company did not have my best interests at heart and I returned to my former employer.”,”type”:”text”},”Company 3 – Can this employer be contacted?”:{“value”:”Yes”,”type”:”select”},”Company 4″:{“value”:”Price Hill Chili Family Restaurant”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 Address”:{“value”:{“address”:”4920 Glenway Ave.”,”city”:”Cincinnati”,”state”:”OH”,”zip”:”45238″},”type”:”address”},”Company 4 Supervisor”:{“value”:”Steve Beltsos”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 Phone”:{“value”:”(513) 471-9507″,”type”:”phone”},”Company 4 Job Title”:{“value”:”cook”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 Start Date”:{“value”:”Feb 28, 2012″,”type”:”datetime”},”Company 4 End Date”:{“value”:”Jan 07, 2019″,”type”:”datetime”},”Company 4 Start Wage”:{“value”:”$9.00\/hr”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 Final Wage”:{“value”:”$12.00\/hr”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 Hours per week”:{“value”:”36″,”type”:”number”},”Company 4 Duties”:{“value”:”Oversaw preparations of kitchen for high volume restaurant service\r\nPrepared meals with high regard for quality and efficiency\r\nFacilitated operations by directing calls and placing orders for stock\r\nMentored new hires and familiarized them with effective kitchen operation\r\nRepresented restaurant services directed through main phone lines\r\nSupervised constructive activities during non-peak operation hours”,”type”:”textarea”},”Company 4 Reason for Leaving”:{“value”:”Career opportunities. I found employment with ITW Evercoat that promised a much more lucrative career path. I returned when the Evercoat employment did not work out. I left again once I found employment with Radiant Technology, again promising much more money and upward mobility.”,”type”:”text”},”Company 4 – Can this employer be contacted?”:{“value”:”Yes”,”type”:”select”},”Why IEC?”:{“value”:””,”type”:”section”},”Please explain why you would like to have a job with an IEC Member Contractor”:{“value”:”\r\nThe idea of working in a trade has interested me for a long time. I desire a career in a field that is in high demand and pays well, comparable to my previous employment paths. “,”type”:”textarea”},”Additional Comments”:{“value”:”I have no prior knowledge of the electrician’s trade, however I am eager to learn. I have the ability to adapt and thrive in wildly diverse forms of employment. I have a knack for learning new skills and applying them to achieve quality results. I take pride in doing well and I hold a high bar for myself, in any pursuit. \r\n\r\nAn error was received, when I attempted to upload my resume to this application. I can provide my Resume, upon request.”,”type”:”textarea”},”Signature”:{“value”:”Charles William Flynn”,”type”:”text”},”Confirm”:{“value”:[“I have read and understand all the information above.”],”type”:”checkbox”},”Date”:{“value”:”Dec 10, 2020″,”type”:”datetime”},”Upload resume (optional)”:{“value”:””,”type”:”file”}}

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