Monday, August 9, 2010

They're Hiring! - Part 2

We have provided you First 11 best companies hiring information in They're Hiring! - Part 1, and now today we have providing you Next 11 best companies hiring information. These 22 Best Companies to Work For have at least 500 openings each, totaling more than 87,750 jobs. What are they looking for in a new hire? Before you apply, check out these excerpts from our interviews with HR professionals and others in the know. Today we provide you Next 11 best companies hiring information.
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2010 Best Companies rank: 53
Current openings: 4,766
Great salespeople and professionals who can help in areas of the business that interact with customers.

What are you looking for?
We want people who will have a relentless focus on helping us get better at taking care of our customers -- one at a time, each and every day. Understand there is just one rule at Nordstrom: Use good judgment in all situations.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Be real, be yourself and be motivated. We empower our salespeople to earn as much as they can sell. This is a place where success depends on your ability to help lots of customers and to make it your own business. --Interview with Colin Johnson, Nordstrom PR spokesman
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2010 Best Companies rank: 56
Current openings: 570
Full and part-time positions for sales consultants, customer assistance reps, business office associates, technicians, parts associates, detailers, inventory/logistics associates, purchasing professionals, managers, IT analysts, attorneys, call center and collections reps, and credit analysts.

What are you looking for?
Strong integrity [and] customer service. A dependable, high-energy team player [who's flexible] with changing projects, environments and retail schedules.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Our best candidates communicate using 5 "E's" - energy, enthusiasm, eye contact, experience, and examples. --Interview with Elia Imler, public relations
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2010 Best Companies rank: 70
Current openings: 11,000
Opportunities range from interns to analysts to senior consultants, managers, directors and partners. In consulting, Deloitte seeks professionals in healthcare and life sciences, technology, financial services and the federal practice. On the tax side, it seeks international, multi-state and federal tax experience. In financial advisory, openings focus on analytics and forensics. In audit and advisory, technology and business risk professionals are needed.

What are you looking for?
We're looking for innovators -- people who will discover new ways to help our clients build stronger businesses, those who are not afraid to suggest how we can make the workplace more productive and bring ideas that can change the marketplace.

We seek motivated individuals who want to continue to learn and be challenged, who have superior interpersonal and communication skills and a willingness to travel.

We also look for candidates who show interest in serving the communities in which our people live and work.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Display a great attitude as well as a strong work ethic.... Understand who we are and what we do and demonstrate [your] level of interest and preparation by not only emphasizing relevant strengths, but asking insightful questions. --Interview with Diane Borhani, recruiting director
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PricewaterhouseCoopers

PricewaterhouseCoopers
PWC employees work with foster youth as part of a community service program in Denver.
2010 Best Companies rank: 71
Current openings: 5,097
Opportunities in accounting, tax, advisory, marketing and other professional services for everyone from interns to senior managers and directors. Financial services is particularly hot.

What are you looking for?
We want to develop future leaders - candidates who can demonstrate the ability to produce results that will drive our high-performance culture. We're looking for people with great technical skills... passion for client service and proven relationship skills. In particular demand are those [with] intellectual curiosity -- a willingness to seek new opportunities and learn new skills.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Confidence and comfort with yourself helps others, including recruiters, be more comfortable with you. Communicate the skills and talents that differentiate you from other candidates. Don't be afraid to talk about your accomplishments and interests outside the office. Community service can show leadership traits that might not be apparent otherwise. --Interview with Genevieve Girault, communications
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American Express

2010 Best Companies rank: 73
Current openings: 1,300
Key areas of growth are for customer-service professionals, relationship managers and research analysts.

What are you looking for?
Talented, confident individuals with the appropriate skills and experience.... Team players who understand the importance of relationships and who can demonstrate their experience and passion for delivering exceptional customer service will be on top of our list.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
It's no secret but it is critical that candidates be clear and specific about what they are seeking. Be sure you know what you want and clearly articulate this in your resume and personal interactions. If you have a clear picture of where you want to be - even if the role you are interviewing for does not work out - we may come across another opportunity that would be a better fit for the goals you have set for yourself. --Interview with Joanna Lambert, VP, corporate communications
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Marriott International

2010 Best Companies rank: 82
Current openings: 4,696
Mostly hotel operations positions in rooms operations; food & beverage/culinary; engineering; and facilities maintenance. Opportunities also exist for qualified people in sales and marketing, finance/accounting and HR. Recruiting focuses on hourly-paid positions, but management positions also are available.

What are you looking for?
We look for high energy, hospitality and team-oriented individuals with the spirit to serve (a strong part of Marriott's culture and values). [They should have] experience in the industry or portable skills from other sectors.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Eye contact, an outgoing persona [and] concrete examples of how you work individually and in teams. --Interview with Debbie Chelson, Senior director, global internal communications
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Accenture

2010 Best Companies rank: 84
Current openings: 45,000
Entry-level and experienced professionals to work in the firm's consulting and outsourcing businesses. Key areas include SAP, security operations, network engineering, data center operations, Java, Oracle, SmartGrid and OpenLink, as well as expertise in public service, banking/capital markets and health care. Candidates with government security clearances are sought in the Washington, D.C. area.

What are you looking for?
Accenture seeks highly motivated and talented individuals with well-developed skills. The ability to communicate with people at all levels and a passion for working on teams are...critical. Ultimately, we look for people who can create real value, are good business operators, have good management skills and have the potential to become leaders.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Understand Accenture. Give a compelling explanation of why you want to work at our company... and articulate what differentiates you from other candidates. --Interview with Stacey Jones, spokeswoman
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Publix Super Markets

2010 Best Companies rank: 86
Current openings: 1,300
Mostly entry-level store positions, such as stock clerk, cashier, deli clerk. Also needed: cake decorators, bakers, meat cutters and support staff such as maintenance technicians, systems analysts, and managers in medical administration, marketing and telecom.

What are you looking for?
A passion for serving, a strong ethical foundation of honesty and intolerance of waste, initiative to work effectively on your own and the ability to work well in a team setting.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Make sure your resume and application are error-free and accurate. Research as much as you can about our company to determine if it is a good fit for you, and communicate your conclusions during the interview. --Interview with Jennifer Bush, manager, Special projects
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KPMG

KPMG
Employees put together holiday packages for children's hospitals during KPMG's "Operation Holiday Bear Hugs."
2010 Best Companies rank: 88
Current openings: 2,700
KPMG's audit, tax, and advisory practices are hiring entry-level candidates to start in the fall, as well as interns to start this summer.

The tax practice is hiring managers and senior managers to work in federal tax, economic and valuation services; international corporate and executive services; mergers and acquisitions, and state and local tax services.

The advisory business is hiring professionals with business performance, technology and regulatory experience across such industries as financial services, insurance, consumer, industrial, and the federal government.

In audit, there's particular interest in federal government audit/accounting experience.

What are you looking for?
We look for candidates who can thrive in a high-performing, team environment.... We're also looking for people who demonstrate our firm's core values and have high integrity. From a client service perspective, we want people who have good technical skills, problem-solving abilities, and commercial focus.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Our firm has a well-defined and oft-communicated set of seven core values that we expect all of our employees -- and prospective candidates -- to demonstrate, which includes traits such as leading by example, respecting the individual, being open and honest in communication, and above all, acting with integrity. --Interview with Raymond Zardetto, senior director, communications
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FedEx

2010 Best Companies rank: 91
Current openings: 1,602
Everything from drivers, package-handlers and customer-service reps to salespeople, operations managers and professionals in IT, engineering, marketing, finance and HR.

What are you looking for?
Motivated individuals who can deliver on the FedEx goal to give our customers, and employees, the best experience possible, worldwide.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Candidates should be able to articulate their qualifications and aptitude for the position in addition to their passion for delivering excellent customer service, 100% of the time. --Interview with Cathy Bowsher, manager, human resources
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Intel

2010 Best Companies rank: 98
Current openings: 1,220
Recent college grads and experienced professionals to work in engineering and technical fields, including circuit design, validation, software, process and hardware and system design.

What are you looking for?
People who wake up every day with a passion to create technologies that transform people's lives in every corner of the world. We have a culture of innovation and your talent, experience, and passion will truly define the future. If you are passionate about technology and ready to take on what others may think is impossible, then we are looking for you.

Any secrets to impressing your recruiter?
Show a solid progression of accomplishments, articulate examples of innovation and risk-taking, and be a strong communicator. Tell us about your last science fair, team project, or the technical paper you authored. Since we are in a dynamic, fast-paced industry, you should also demonstrate flexibility, collaboration, and the ability to cope with change. --Interview with Monique Hayward, marketing manager
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