Monday, August 13, 2012
Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking is currently looking for a total of twenty (20) boxbuilders at this exact moment.
Four (4) positions are for full-time jobs, 36 hours per week, located in our Stockton, CA facility.
Eight (8) positions are for full-time jobs, 36 hours per week, located in our Wilmington, DE facility.
Eight (8) positions are for full-time jobs, 36 hours per week, located in our Philadelphia, PA office.
FULL-TIME POSITIONS: STARTING SALARY $95,000/YEAR WITH BENEFITS AFTER 90 DAYS
All candidates need to read the following directions very carefully. An omission of any of the following steps is considered a strong indication of an inability to adhere to procedures, and will result in an automatic disqualification of your candidacy for the available positions.
- 1. Create a resume in Microsoft Word.
- 2. Name your resume in the following format: Lastname_FULLTIME
For example, if your last name is Smith, your MS Word file should be named Smith_FULLTIME (and don't worry about the extension at the end of the file name, we're all well aware of that requirement).
- 3. Create a cover letter to send in with your resume. Introduce yourself to us, using as few superlatives
as possible. We are more interested in hearing what you have done, how well you haved worked with teams
in the past, rather than reading "...I am the most qualified applicant for this job because I am the best
at what I do..."
- 4. Email your resume and cover letter to us as attachments in an email to Liquid Nitrogen
- 5. The subject line of your email should read: Full-time Boxbuilder
- 6. The body of your email should be no more than one paragraph. At the end of this email, please include the names, work telephone numbers,
and work email addresses of at least THREE professional contacts. Please make sure, beforehand, that YOU contact your references and let them know that
we will be calling them to perform a reference check, and emailing them at work to verify the domain name is associated with their
business. (We have had too many applicants use friends and relatives as "work associates" in the past, and we must resort to this in order
to authenticate claims made by our job seekers). Please use only references at business locations that are actually on your resume.