Thursday, May 16, 2013
Looking for a new job? Work in the Holmdel-Hazlet area.
Quality Inspector Aerotek is seeking a quality inspector for a client located in Holmdel. The inspector will be responsible for reviewing the fill and assembly specifications, enforcing current good manufacturing procedures and company policies and comparing assembly with the standard on each production line. Junior QA Test Engineer Kforce Technology is seeking a junior QA tester who will be responsible for testing web-based application mechanics, features and content. The successful candidate will be self-motivated, creative, proactive and the ability to work successfully in a fast-paced environment. Pediatric Trach and Vent Nurse BAYADA Pediatrics is seeking RNs with pediatric trach and vent experience for home health care in the …
Thursday, May 9, 2013
A look at jobs posted this week in Holmdel and Hazlet.
Delivery Driver, Bertucci's Bertucci's is seeking an outgoing and personable individual to timely deliver accurate food orders to customers who can handle cash properly, adheres to state driving laws and will assist guests with set up of food and utensils. Dishwasher, Bertucci's Bertucci's is also seeking a team-oriented person who will work quickly to clean dishes, silverware, glassware, utensils, pots and pans as well as maintain clean restrooms and grounds. Additional duties will include stocking and restocking supplies for servers and cooks. Caretaker for Young Woman with AL Down Syndrome, Hazlet A Hazlet family is seeking a caretaker for their adult daughter who has down syndrome. She will need assistance with everyday life tasks …
Whole Foods of Middletown held a festive little wedding showcase to show off the floral and pastry department, and give people a reason to sip Prosecco in the produce section.
In an effort to remind their customers that the Whole Foods Market lifestyle has a place at the table -- even on a wedding day -- the Middletown supermarket cleared away some space in the store Thursday and put on a small evening wedding expo. A deejay wearing a calla lily in his lapel played wedding music, surrounded by Jewel yams and purple potatoes -- proving he's not easily intimidated by a tough crowd. Nearby, an elegant bartender poured wine under a canopy of fair trade bananas. Shoppers waiting at the express check-out were treated to "La Vie En Rose" by a violinist and a flutist, who struggled to compete with the chatty crowd crowded into the store's eat-in area to meet professionals like an old-fashioned hand calligrapher, …
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Welcome to the April Holmdel-Hazlet Real Estate snapshot blog provided by Doreen DeMarco and Gerine A. Skamarak of EXIT Realty East Coast.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Developers competed in a 24-hour hackathon, creating applications to support businesses impacted by Sandy.
Tech talents from across the state pulled an all-nighter in Asbury Park last weekend, contributing code to help restore the Shore. The Jersey Shore Comeback-A-Thon, a 24-hour hackathon sponsored by Marathon Data Systems of Wall, challenged developers to create an application to benefit the local business community in the first summer following Superstorm Sandy. “There’s nothing like coding for a good cause,” said Cory Cardio, a Long Branch resident who teamed up with Margaret Kim of Fort Lee and Gary Kagan of Sebastain, Fla. under the moniker “Team Mango.” The trio’s crowd-sourced application allowing community members to give and receive up-to-the-minute location-based information was selected as the hackathon winner. Cardio, Kim and …
Sunday, April 28, 2013
According to Zillow, these homes were recently sold in both Holmdel and Hazlet.
Take a look at the photos in the gallery above to see the prices of recently sold properties in Holmdel and Hazlet. Click below to find the listing link.
Friday, April 26, 2013
A look at new job postings in Holmdel and Hazlet.
Manufacturing Operator Trainee International Flavors and Fragrances is seeking an operator who will be responsible for chemical blending in the compounding department, including manual dispensing of all fragrance chemicals and combining with automatically dispensed materials. The operator will also package and filter finished goods utilizing manual and automated filling equipment. Evening/Weekend Babysitter, Hazlet A Hazlet family is looking for a babysitter to watch two children for an evening out or a weekend. The ideal candidate is flexible and willing to do last minute sitting if possible. Pediatric Trach/Vent RN, BAYADA BAYADA Pediatrics Shrewsbury Office, which services all of Monmouth County, is looking for RNs with pediatric trach…
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The hackathon event in Asbury Park comes with a $1,000 prize for the winning app developer.
Calling all app developers: your tech skills are needed to help restore the Shore business community. The Jersey Shore Comeback-a-thon will bring coders together at Cowerks in Asbury Park on Saturday for a 24-hour hackathon sponsored by Wall-based software company Marathon Data Systems. During a hackathon, developers have a set period of time to create a computer program or application that fits the event’s theme. With the Jersey Shore Comeback-a-thon, Marathon Data Systems wants to bring the area’s best tech minds together to build an app to support local businesses impacted by Superstorm Sandy. “When you get talented, creative people together, you never know what they’re going to come up with,” said Eric Farr, vice president of …
Utility company petitioning state board for consumer rate increase
The state Board of Public Utilities is scheduled to hold a pair of hearings in Freehold Township on Wednesday on a proposed rate increase for Jersey Central Power & Light. The first meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at the Township Municipal Building, at Schanck and Stillwells Corner roads. The second meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. at the same location. The utility company, roundly criticized for its response during Hurricane Sandy and the nor’easter that followed, wants a rate increase of 4.5 percent in its effort to raise $603 million the company says it needs to repair infrastructure damaged in hurricane’s Sandy and Irene. The company faces opposition. “We will speak for the hundreds of ratepayers who are tired of paying more for less …
Saturday, April 20, 2013
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Saturday, April 20
Patch is all about making your life ridiculously easy, and we're continuing ourmission with our Grocery Specials section. Grocery Specials allows readers to browse local grocery coupons and weekly specials. Similar to the weekly circulars found in print newspapers by each local retailer, the Grocery Specials section has hundreds of retailers’ specials in one place. This section uses a third-party (Grocery Server) to deliver local grocery data. Reader benefits How to access grocery specials from Holmdel-Hazlet Patch