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Posted 7 July 2012

Title: Need 2 presenter for the DeafNation Expo July-29-31 Las Vegas, NV

Dates: July 29 – July 31

We are looking for 2 great and animated people to represent our company at our booth at the DeafNation Expo in Las Vegas. This expo consists of hundreds of businesses that get together to show their products and services to the deaf community.

Who we are: We are the ASL Project, , a company dedicated to providing unique traveling tours throughout France for the deaf community.

Candidate’s Profile: We are looking for somebody responsible and able to work independently without much supervision. You MUST be able to express yourself fluently in American Sign Language and ready to expose our services to the deaf community with great enthusiasm.

Schedule: July 29 Noon-4pm (Registration and set up)
July 30 9am-5pm (Expo)
July 31 9am-5pm (Expo and take down)

Pay: $250 for the 2.5 days

Contact: If you feel you meet the requirements for this position please send us your resume and a brief paragraph of why you would be a good candidate
EMAIL: . Candidates chosen should be available for a phone interview.

The ASL Travel Project

Juan Felipe Tello

Posted 23 Sept 2010
ClearStone Windows is currently hiring window washing associates.
Position is 15-30 hours per week with great, competitive pay.
Work around your schedule; great for students.
Fun, outdoor work environment.

Applicants must be self-motivated, clean-cut, and reliable.
Must have own vehicle.
Must be able to lift and maneuver 25-lb ladder.

Apply online at
Or download an Application directly here and email it to us.
Email completed application and photo to with subject heading "Window Washer (and the location: Vegas, Tucson or East Phoenix)"

10+ per hour


Posted 11 Jun 2009
xFrom: Rohde, Robyn R. <>
Subject: Employment Opportunity: Express Employment Professionals in Las Vegas , NV
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 11:49 AM

We are currently seeking a Data Entry Specialist to work Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. The position is an evaluation hire and is to be a permanent job. The location of the position is in Las Vegas , Nevada . Duties will include entering credit card information and/or any other data in assistance to the office staff of a financial lending company. Starting wage is $11/hr-$12/hr. We ask for a minimum data entry score of 10,000 ksph for both alpha numeric and 10 key. We have our own testing and are able to email that to potential candidates.

Interested candidate should send a resume to and apply online at

Willing to hire someone who is deaf.

This is an ASAP hire.

Robyn R. Finnicum

Staffing Consultant

Express Employment Professionals

702-434-3900 ext.222

Fax 702-434-7538


HOVRS Representative. This is a contract position only

Date posted:
08/15/07 (Open until filled)

Brief summary of duties:
Hands On Video Relay Services (HOVRS) is seeking candidates to be responsible for educating and training customers within their respective regions. A HOVRS Representative will educate and train customers on how to set up and use HOVRS features, options and various services. Tasks will also include; researching upcoming marketing events, participating in community events such as school or social gatherings. While at such events, the HOVRS Representative will provide attendees with information about HOVRS and our services. They will also be responsible for collecting data and information from these local events to be used within the marketing and outreach departments at HOVRS. Additionally, the HOVRS Representative will assist the marketing team in setting up booths at trade shows, schools and various events. The Representative may also be responsible for assisting Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing customers in setting up video products in their home; such as web cams, D-Link, i-Sight, and box top receivers. Training these new customers on how to place a video relay call through HOVRS will also be conducted by the HOVRS Representative.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
- Technical experience in the area of residential firewalls/routers is beneficial but not required
- PC and Macintosh troubleshooting experience are beneficial but not required.
- Fluent in ASL
- Previous telephone and written communication skills are required
- Excellent interpersonal skills to be used to develop and improve lasting relations with customers
- Strong decision making and problem solving skills
- Attention to detail
- Customer care focused
- Ability to work as a team player
- Demonstrate willingness to work a flexible schedule in order to meet customer's needs.
- Experience with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Keynote presentation software preferred.

How to apply:
Please submit your resume or application to:

Hands On Video Relay Services, Inc.
Attn: Norman Chan
595 Menlo Drive
Rocklin, CA 95765
FAX: 888-900-9477

Web Page:

If you know of any listing services that will work with the deaf, please send them to me at:

We will list them here free of charge.


Hands On Video Relay Services, Inc.
Attn: Norman Chan
595 Menlo Drive
Rocklin, CA 95765
FAX: 888-900-9477
Web Page:
(Jobs available in Nevada)



Robert P Havill 445 S. Laverne St. Fallon, NV 89406 USA
Contact Phone: (775) 423 -0599 Work Phone: (775) 426-3888 Email Address:

11/2005 to Present ; 40 hours per Week; Visual Information Specialist; GS-1084-09; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Department of Navy, Naval Strike and Warfare Center, NAS Fallon, NV ; Debbie Vermillion , 775-426-3887 ; may contact supervisor.

The Visual Information Specialist position involves in the planning, design, selection and creation of the various elements of visual products. These include slides, transparencies and charts to accommodate academic presentations as well as magazine covers, illustration and layout. Other visuals include signs, caricatures, logos, t-shirts and displays. Meets with magazine editors to learn the information objectives of the project and the points to be emphasized. Makes decisions on design that includes size, layout, illustration, materials, typography and color. Must have extensive knowledge and ability to apply a variety of methods, techniques and materials used in the design, production and reproduction of visual products. Plans, develops and produced aesthetically composed visual products in a timely manner. Ability to transfer spoken or written information into visual representation without benefit of existing pictures or diagrams. Advanced skills in using pen-ink, markers, pencil, paint, watercolor, paper and computer graphics. Knowledge of aviation and combat scenarios in order to properly convey the desired message.

07/2004 to 07/2005; 40 hours per Week; Illustrator; GS-1020-09; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Air Force, 12 Communications SQ AETC: 0J, Visual Info Org., Randolph AFB TX 78150-6345; Michelle DeLeon , 7-4226, ext. 3014 ; may not contact supervisor.

The primary purpose of this position is to design, lay out and execute a wide range of illustrative/graphic artwork to base customers in support of presentations, displays, briefings, printed materials, and other related projects using common art media, as well as computer-generated graphics. Designs, layout, and prepares a variety of artwork.
Responsible for projects from beginning to end. Proposes and plan work method to supervisor, and recommends ideal subject matter depiction considering objective, deadline, and reproduction method. Creates preliminary sketches or models for production for supervisory approval to insure accuracy and achieved objective for various informational and operational projects.

Researches reference sources and consults with subject-matter experts to assure that the illustrations are accurate presentations of the objects used to communicate themes. Composes and completes a variety of general and technical artwork in full color, monochromatic, or black and white. The work requires imaginative and creative ideas, sometimes without the benefit of precedent. Advises and provides guidance and training to other illustrators, management, and customers. Creates original artwork utilizing state-of-the-art software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, PageMaker, PowerPoint, Corel Draw and peripherals.

11/2002 to 07/2004; 40 hours per Week; Illustrator; GS-1020-07; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Navy, NETPDTC, Instructional Technology Dept., (VI) Division Saufley Field, Pensacola, FL; Mitch Pait , (850) 452-1177 ; may contact supervisor.

Provide accurate visual information media support services to customers in person, on the telephone and via e-mail. Prepares original graphic presentations. Prepares computer generated 2-dimensional artwork and 2 dimensional animation. Prepares layouts and executes finished artwork for training materials and visual information presentations in support of all CNET commands. Creates and renders artwork in a variety of media in both black and white and color, working from rough sketches for which style, format, medium, and color treatment have been indicated. This includes but is not limited to cutaway views, animate and inanimate objects, external and internal parts of equipment, isometric and orthographic drawings, diagrams, schematics and pictorial illustrations. Stays abreast of new trends and ideas in the commercial art field. Makes reproductions by using computers, copiers, graphic cameras, blueprint machines and transparency makers. Digitizes and enhances scanned photographs.

09/2001 to 10/2002; 40 hours per Week; Forestry Technician; GS-462-04; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; USDA, Forest Service, 300 W. Congress St. Tucson, Arizona 85701; Doak McDuffie , (520) 749-7714 ; may contact supervisor.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of recreation facilities at Sabino Canyon and Mt. Lemmon, which is part of the Coronado National Forest in Tucson, AZ.

08/1996 to 03/2000; 40 hours per Week; Artist in relief sculpture; $18 per Hour; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Small Indulgence, 7745 Alabama St. Studio 3 Canoga Park, CA 91304; Kathleen McLaughlin , (818) 710-1262 ; may contact supervisor.

Hired to create realistic sculpture in relief form. Subject matter: animals, floral, nature and architectural scenes. All the pieces were mass produced and sold to major department stores in the U.S. This was a team effort. Worked closely with other artists and designers to create artwork that was appealing and professional.

02/1993 to 06/1996; 40 hours per Week; Production Artist; $8 per Hour; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Yorktown Printing, 1520 Front St. Yorktown Heights, NY 10598; Karen Bobay , 914 962-3871 ; may contact supervisor.

Responsible for the layout, paste-ups and designs of multiple community directories. Prepared computer generated artwork using FrontPage, PageMaker and Illustrator. Ensure graphics meets the standards of the company. I also learned other aspects of printing, which are signatures, proofing, bluelines, print screens, color separations. spreads and scaling.

Scarsdale High School, Scarsdale, NY; 1964 High School Diploma University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; Master in Fine Arts and Art History , 1973; 3.2 out of 4 Point GPA; 60 Semester Hours Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY; Bachelor in Graphic Design , 1970; 3.0 out of 4 Point GPA; 60 Quarter Hours Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio; No Degree in Dilpoma in Graphic Design , 1968; 2.7 out of 4 Point GPA; 120 Semester Hours
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Certificates in Illustrator 8.0 and PhotoShop 5.0, 62 hours, 2001, New Horizons, Tucson, AZ
Certificates in Computer Graphic Design, 1997-1998 600 hours, CompuCollege, Studio City, CA
Certificates Macintosh and Desktop Publishing, 1988, 52 hours, School of Visual Arts, NY, NY
Certificate in QuarkXPress 3.1, 1992, 60 hours, Conn. Institute of Art, Greenwich, CT
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS Halloween Window Painting Contest, 1955-57
Eagle Scout, 1963
1st prize in the Salmagundi Art Club, 1977 New York, NY
Ossining Arts Festival, 1975-77
2nd prize in the Mamaroneck Artist Guild Open Exhibit, 1978 White Plains, NY
Member Hudson Valley Art Association, 1974-1981, White Plains, NY
Member Garrison Art Center, 1990-1996, Garrison, NY
2 Letters of Appreciation from J.F. Driscoll. Director of Contract Management, DCASR NY-AD, 06/30/88
Performance Rating, Exceptional from DCASR NY-WX, 06/08/88
Continue to exhibit artwork in art galleries in the Southwest.
OTHER INFORMATION Part Two: Responses to the Occupational Task Statements
1-C, 2-C, 3-D, 4-D, 5-D, 6-D, 7-D, 8-D, 9-C, 10-D, 11-C, 12-D, 13-C,
14-D, 15-C

A highly qualified Illustrator/Artist, experienced in computerized graphics, animation, 3-D animation, desktop publishing, fine art, illustrations, typography, charts, diagrams, vu-graphs, maps, schematic drawings, renderings, sculpture and audiovisual presentations. Visionary, perceptive and conceptual. Capable of taking projects from sketch through final completion on schedule and within budget. An active and involved team member who is detail, result and goal oriented.

Computer Skills:
Illustrator, QuarkXPress, PageMaker, PhotoShop, Corel Draw, Macromedia Flash MX, 3D Studio Max 6, PowerPoint, Excel, Scanning, Mac, PC literate, Windows, MS Word, Freehand, InDesign.



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