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June 21, 1996 - Image 133

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-21

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Marketplace

Professional
Services

Employment

THE GIFT OF A
LIFETIME

• Your Memoirs
■Photos
• Genealogies

Mary Ann De Neve Slavcheff
Family Historian
810-549-9535
(Special rates for veterans,
Holocaust survivors and
working class families)

RENIEMBER!!
CLASSIFIED
AD
DEADLINE
IS
TUESDAY,
10 a.m.

IMMEDIATE
OPENINGS

For experienced retail
salespeople, full-time
and part-time posi-
tions are available to
sell fine jewelry.

Call for appointment
810-478-3131

TEACHERS!

Employment

DEVELOPMENT
DIRECTOR

Sought for unique opportunity to develop pro-
grams in South Bend, Indiana, Flint and Grand
Rapids. Experience in administrative systems
and governing documents. Knowledge of char-
itable gift planning techniques. Marketing skills.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of Jewish life and organizations. Ex-
cellent interpersonal skills. Travel and personal
auto required. Salary commensurate with ex-
perience and expertise. Responsible to local
communities and overall Steering Committee
which will meet quarterly.

Send resume to:

Joel B. Kaplan 0 Flint Jewish Federation,
619 Wallenberg St., Flint, MI 48502.

YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLAR
DOES BETTER IN
THE JEWISH NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS

Temple
Reform
needs Hebrew and
Jewish Studies teach-
ers for the 1996-97
school year.

Please call

SECRETARY/
RECEPTIONIST

West Bloomfield syna-
gogue. Must have
good working knowl-
edge of Microsoft
Word. Exemplary com-
munication skills.
25 hours per week.

Call
810-851-6880

JEWISH TIMES

IS LOOKING FOR

FULL AND PART-TIME

EMPLOYEES .

LOOKING FOR SOME
ACTION???...

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Downtown Birming-
ham Lonestar Coffee
Co. Full / part-time
counter help needed.
Also P.M. managerial
positions vailable.
Apply at:

207 S. Woodward,
between 11-4.
810-642-CAFE

COMMISSION
SALES

Great opportunity for
retiree. Well estab-
lished freight broker-
age, 11 Mile-Lahser
area, seeks rep for
phone sales. We sup-
ply active accounts,
leads, sales office and
staff.

RPL
ASSOCIATES, INC.

810-353-0011 or
Fax: 810-353-4242

Ask for Robert Lipin

IF YOU'RE CURRENTLY WORKING IN REAL ESTATE
OR IF YOU'RE CONSIDERING A CAREER CHANGE,
COME TALK TO US ABOUT OUR:






FOR A PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW
CONTACT THE OFFICE NEAREST YOU

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BIRMINGHAM
(810) 647-6400

ROYAL OAK
(810) 547-2000

TROY
(810) 641-1660

W. BLOOMFIELD
(810) 851-4400

EXCITING
ADVISORS

needed for a great
group of kids! If
you are commit-
ted, fun and moti-
vated, please send
your resume to:

100% Commission Program
On-going Training
World Wide Web Access
Full Service Relocation Division

lat

For more information

Palm Beach

SALES
POSITION WITH
MANAGEMENT
OPPORTUNITY.

REALTORS°

Please call

JCC CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
(810) 661-7604

JERUSALEM
KOSHER
PIZZA

Call 810-569-0343

n
Chamberlai

Full-Time and Part-Time Teacher and Assistant Teacher
positions are available immediately and for the Fall.
Various levels of teaching experience and educa-
tion needed. Positions available at both branches.

SOON TO OPEN

967-4023

initial
Potential
compensation up
to $41,000. Major
company expand-
ing. Benefits, com-
plete training pro-
gram. Fax resume
to: 810-746-0639.
EOE.

TEACHERS

Congregation Beth Achim
21100 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48076
Attn:
Larry Tepman, Youth Director

The Palm Beach Jewish Times is excited to an-
nounce the anticipated launch of two new editions
in South Florida. Our growth is resulting in oppor-
tunities in the following areas: sales representatives,
editors, reporters, photographers and designers. If
you are interested in working for one of the fastest
growing weekly Jewish newspapers, enjoy team-
work and have a strong work ethic, please send your
resume to:

PALM BEACH JEWISH TIMES,

5840 Corporate Way, Suite 101
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Attn: Suzanne Mulvehill

COSMETICS

Career
Opportunities

with

Estee Lauder Spa

at

Hudson's Somerset

Collection

Unique full-time opportunities exist for experienced professionals to join
the new Estee Lauder Spa at Hudson's Somerset Collection. We are currently
seeking the following sluff.

RECEPTIONIST: To meet and greet clients, answer phones, book appoint-
ments and handle cosmetic sales. Ideal candidate must possess prior sa-
lon/spa experience, excellent communication skills, a pleasant telephone
manner and be computer literate.

ESTHETICIANS: A sales-oriented professional to perform fadals, waxing and
makeup services. The ideal candidate must have a cosmetology or estheti-
cian's license, a minimum of 2 year's salon/esthetics and cosmetic sales
experience.

MANICURISTS/PEDICURISTS: A qualified and experienced individual with a
minimum of 2 years in salon service and cosmetic sales. Ideal candidate
must have a cosmetology or nail technician's license.

MASSAGE THERAPIST: A qualified and experienced individual with a minum
of 2 years in salon service and cosmetic sales.

HOUSEKEEPER: An experienced commercial Housekeeper to maintain clean-
liness standards of spa atmosphere. Self-starter who is organized is neces-
sary. Good communicaton skills a requirement.

We offer attractive salaries plus commission and a comprehensive benefits
package.

For immediate, confidential consideration, please FAX your resume
to: (810) 228-9341. Attn: Chris Krebs or call (810) 228-9147.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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