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Resources to Support Your Employment and Life Plans NORTH CAROLINA CARE-LINE 1-800-662-7030 This is a number that you can call to find out about community resources all over North Carolina. Employment Assistance and Job Training Employment Security Commission 700 Wade Avenue PO Box 27227 Raleigh, NC 27611 Phone: 919-733-3098 Wake County JobLink Center-Cary 742-F E. Chatham Street Cary, NC 27511 Phone: 919-469-7781 Wake County JobLink Center 220 Swinburne Street PO Box 46833 Raleigh, NC 27610 Phone: 919-212-7781 Cornerstone 220 Snow Avenue Raleigh, NC 27603 Phone: 919-508-0777 Chavis Heights Job Service Office 12 Edgecombe Terrace Raleigh, NC 27601 Phone: 919-831-6834 Wake County Jobs for the Homeless 136 E. Morgan Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Phone: 919-856-6055 Ex-Offender Program 700 Wade Avenue Raleigh, NC 27605 Phone: 919-212-3849 Vocational Rehabilitation Office Raleigh Unit Office 436 N. Harrington Street Raleigh, NC 27603 Phone: 919-733-7807 www.co.wake.nc.us Also known as the Wake County Job Service Office. Comments/Appointments Zip Code for Street Address is: 27620 Page 1 JOBSTART COUNTY RESOURCE LIST WAKE COUNTY Resources to Support Your Employment and Life Plans NORTH CAROLINA CARE-LINE 1-800-662-7030 This is a number that you can call to find out about community resources all over North Carolina. Employment Assistance and Job Training continued Raleigh Cape Center 18 E. South St. Phone: 919-546-8237 or 919-546-8340 Vocational Rehabilitation Service South Central Region Office 1200 Fairmont Court Fayetteville, NC 28301 Phone: 910-486-1288 Wake Technical Community College 9101 Fayetteville Road Raleigh, NC 27603 Phone: 919-662-3400 Wake County Job Training Office 300 South Salisbury Street Raleigh, NC Phone: 919-250-3770 Comments/Appointments Housing and/or Emergency Shelter New Beginnings PO Box 30517 Raleigh, NC 27622-0517 Phone: 919-420-7940 Poole Road Transitional Housing 222 W. Hargett Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Phone: 919-212-1123 City of Raleigh Incentive Program 1420 S. Wilmington Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Phone: 919-831-6113 or Administration: 919-890-6100 Cornerstone 220 Snow Avenue Raleigh, NC 27603 Phone: 919-831-6650 Emmaus House 10 N. East Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Phone: 919-838-6706 Target Group: Women and women with children. Mothers must be working/seeking employment. Target Group: Families Must be employed Target Group: Single men Target Group: Single men Target Group: Single men Housing and/or Emergency Shelter continued www.co.wake.nc.us ...
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: All statements are subject to verification and any incorrect statements or omissions may bar or remove you from employment with the City or Raleigh or prohibit your certification as a law enforcement officer with the State of North Carolina. Truthful statements to any item requested will not necessarily exclude you from consideration. During the course of the hiring process, you will be asked to answer many questions and to provide much information about your life. We expect you to tell the truth at all times and we expect you to maintain a high level of integrity. If you lie, provide false information or engage in deception during any part of the application process, you will be eliminated from further consideration immediately. Applicant Signature: _________________________________ Date: _________________________________ P.O. BOX 590 RALEIGH, NC 27602 PHONE: (919) 996-1343 www.joinraleighpd.org APPLICATION PACKET CHECKLIST REQUIRED DOCUMENTS I have enclosed the completed documents for review by the Raleigh Police Department’s Recruitment Office. Applicant’s name:_________________________________________________________ Date:_________________ Mail to: RPD’s Recruitment Office, Application Packet, 6716 Six Forks Road, (Suite 331), Raleigh, NC 27615 REQUIRED FORMS TO BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO OUR AGENCY 1. Raleigh Police Department’s Pre-employment/Polygraph questionnaire. -Listing all employers for the past 15 years Are the following items complete and in the packet to be returned to the Raleigh Police Department?
The North Carolina Department of Public Safety (DPS) offers career opportunities in a wide variety of criminal justice professions. Correctional officers are the foundation of the custody profession in North Carolina’s state prisons. Correctional officers must be persons of sound moral character. In dealing with offenders and the public, they must firmly establish authority, yet show themselves worthy of trust by maintaining unimpeachable conduct on and off duty. Correctional officers carry certification issued by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission. There are approximately 26,000 employees working in the Department of Public Safety with more than 10,000 Correctional Officer jobs located across North Carolina. The agency has many career opportunities for criminal justice professionals. NC Department of Public Safety Prisons Facility Locations Find more information by visiting: North Carolina Department of Public Safety www.doc.state.nc.us/recruit/ Correctional Officer applicants should apply on-line at: Office of State Personnel www.osp.state.nc.gov/jobs For more information about the Correctional Officer hiring process, call 1-877-NCBADGE for a career packet or call a Regional Employment Office: Eastern Carolina Regional Employment Office 2241 Dickinson Ave Greenville, NC 27834 PH: 252-756-5501 FAX: 252-756-4339 Piedmont Triad Regional Employment Office 771 Park Centre Drive Suite D Kernersville, NC 27284 PH: 336-996-7129 FAX: 336-996-1692 Raleigh Regional Employment Office Anderson Plaza Building 100 East Six Forks Road, Suite 100 4205 MSC Raleigh, NC 27699-4205 PH: 919-788-5346 FAX: 919-788-5357 Western Foothills Regional Employment Office P.O. Box 1946 613 Harper Avenue, SW Lenoir, NC 28645 PH: 828-757-5601 FAX: 828-757-5600 1,000 copies of this public document were printed at a cost of $479.47 or .48 per copy. 3/12
Introduction It is almost three years since the official end of the Great Recession—the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Yet there are only limited signs of genuine labor market recovery. Employment remains well below its pre-recession 2007 peak even though employment has grown over the past five quarters at about the same rate as it grew following past recessions. The unemployment rate continues to exceed 8 percent, and many economists, including the Congressional Budget Office, predict it will remain above 8 percent for the next several years. The Federal Reserve recently forecast the unemployment rate at between 6.8 and 7.7 percent at the end of 2014. Despite this dreary national outlook, there is some cause for optimism. Between the fourth quarter of 2010 and fourth quarter of 2011, the US experienced a net total increase of 1.7 million jobs and forecasters project additional increases over the next few years. 1 Here we present an overview of employment trends for Raleigh. During the recession the national economy lost 8.4 million jobs. It has experienced slow growth since, but employment has not returned to pre-recession levels. Exhibit 1 presents actual and projected employment trends for the nation and Raleigh from 2007 to 2017. Exhibit 2 shows employment for industry sectors since the beginning of the recession and projected to 2017. Employment in 2007 is normed to 1.0 across industries allowing for easier comparisons of growth in employment across industries starting from this base year. The disproportionate size of some sectors means employment fluctuations for these sectors have a more significant impact on the overall local economy. To get a sense of these magnitudes, exhibit 3 displays the absolute number of jobs and the percentage change in employment by sectors during the Great Recession and the recent recovery period.
How the products works: Because of its patented magnetometer sensor transmitter system, the Driveway Monitor will only be triggered by cars or trucks - not people, animals and so forth. When a vehicle passes the Motion Alert® Sensor Transmitter next to the driveway, the receiver unit inside the office or home sounds a chime and flashes the alert light. The earth has a uniform magnetic field around it. A vehicle creates a slight disturbance in the earth’s field. The sensor transmitter detects this disturbance and transmits a signal to the receiver. Before you start: Refer to this drawing to become familiar with all the parts. The Solar Sensor Transmitter must be placed in an area that receives partial or full sunlight. For both models, be sure the location of the sensor transmitter is at least 25’ back from the main road. For a typical 12’ wide driveway, it is recommended 12”MOUNTING TUBE the sensor transmitter be no more than 3’ away from the driveway (see drawing). Additional sensor transmitters may be required for driveways exceeding 12’. Sensor transmitter may be placed up to 1,000 feet away from receiver; however, range may vary depending upon environment and use of wireless telephones, wireless routers and other similar devices. 1. Place cap on tube. 2. Insert stake to opposite end of tube. 3. Place the tube (stake side down) into the ground within 3’ of the driveway and more than 25’ from the road. 4. Gently hammer the cap side of the tube until stake is firmly in the ground. 5. Remove cap and place sensor transmitter on tube. 6. The sensor transmitter should have a clear line-of-site to the receiver to improve performance. 7. Place the sensor transmitter so the vehicle does not pass between it and the receiver. STI recommends the use of the stake and tube included with your Driveway Monitor. However, if you choose to mount the unit to an alternate mounting device, please be sure the device is stable. STI does not recommend mounting the sensor transmitter to a tree or a metal fence or gate. ...
The wireless motion sensor is weather-sealed for long life and will send a signal to the receiver up to 100 feet away. Requires 4 AA alkaline batteries (not included). The sensor can be used indoors or outdoors in temperatures ranging -20°F to 120°F. It has an infrared detection zone of 140° wide and 60 feet deep. The activation switch allows day and night operation and uses 4 AA alkaline batteries. Timer switch allows user to choose length of time for lamp to stay on: 6 seconds, 3 minutes or 10 minutes. Selectable codes block interference from outside signals. Motion activated light control with alarm. No wiring required. Weather-sealed sensor for long life. Great for inside or outside security (turns a lamp on when someone enters the driveway – giving the illusion someone is home). Has an infrared detection detection zone of 140° wide and 60 feet deep. Detects motion up to 100 feet away. Timer switch allows user to choose length of time for lamp to stay on: 6 seconds, 3 minutes or 10 minutes. Selectable codes block interference from outside signals. Includes Plug-in Receiver, Wireless Motion Sensor and Wireless Remote. Safety Technology International, Inc. 2306 Airport Road • Waterford, Michigan 48327-1209 Phone: 248-673-9898 • Fax: 248-673-1246 • Toll Free: 800-888-4784 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Web: www.sti-usa.com Europe Branch Office • Unit 49G Pipers Road • Park Farm Industrial Estate • Redditch • Worcestershire • B98 0HU • England Tel: 44 (0) 1527 520 999 • Fax: 44 (0) 1527 501 999 • Freephone: 0800 085 1678 (UK only) • E-mail: email@example.com • Web: www.sti-europe.com Printed In U.S.A. © 2006 STI HS3605 Spec. 05/06
Effective January 1, 2014, certain taxing jurisdictions have imposed a local sales tax or changed their local sales tax rate on general merchandise sales. The following taxes are affected: home rule sales tax non-home rule sales tax business district sales tax county public safety sales tax county school facility tax These local sales taxes are referred to in this bulletin as “locally imposed sales tax.” You must adjust your cash register and any computer program so that beginning on January 1, 2014, you will collect and pay the correct sales tax. You need to contact your software vendor if you use software to create your forms. To verify your new combined sales tax rate (i.e., state and local sales taxes), go to the Tax Rate Database on our website at tax.illinois.gov and select rates for January 2014. What is taxed? The same items of general merchandise reported on Line 4a of Forms ST 1 and ST 2 that are subject to state sales tax are also subject to the locally imposed sales tax. Locally imposed sales tax does not apply to sales of qualifying food, drugs, and medical appliances1 that are reported on Line 5a of Forms ST¬¬ 1 and ST-2; or, items that must be titled or registered by an agency of Illinois state government and reported on Form ST 556, Sales Tax Transaction Return. Note: Some jurisdictions may impose and administer taxes not collected by the Illinois Department of Revenue. Contact your municipal or county clerk’s office for more information. How do I report an earlier sale that was subject to a different tax rate? If a sale was subject to a sales tax rate different from the current sales tax rate, report this sale on Line 8a of Forms ST-1 and ST-2.2 Note: Line 8a is used only to report sales subject to a different sales tax rate. No other use of Line 8a is permitted. Printed by authority of the State of Illinois 5,100 copies - 11/13 - P.O. Number 2140109
submit more than one photograph in this category, you may be disqualified For International Students: In order to be eligible to receive scholarship and/or prize money, students must have a Social Security Number (SSN) or United States Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). The processing time required to receive an SSN or ITIN can take several weeks. International students applying for the Spotlight Program are strongly encouraged to apply for an SSN or ITIN at the same time. Please contact the Spotlight office if you have any questions. *All artwork, recordings, and photographs (including student application submissions) pertaining to the Spotlight program are the property of The Music Center. The Music Center will have the right to reproduce any and all such materials for any and all purposes, including, without limitation, the promotion of this and future Spotlight events, without compensation to the applicant. Any reproductions shall be the sole property of the Music Center. ...
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Protect yourself and your family from H1N1 infection • Get vaccinated. There is a seasonal flu and an H1N1 (swine) flu vaccine. Get both. • Wash your hands. Use soap and water for more than 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer. • Avoid contact with those who are sick. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. • Cover your cough. Use a tissue (which you throw away), your sleeve or elbow, then wash your hands. • Stay home if you feel sick. Do not return to work or school until you are fever free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication. • Develop a family emergency plan. Know where your children can stay if you are sick or if their school is closed and you must continue to work. • Consult your doctor before seeking medical care. Most cases will be mild and will not require medical treat ment. For specific medical concerns, contact your physician’s office. If you exhibit any of the warning signs (listed below), seek care immediately. Symptoms of H1N1 (swine) flu are Fever (>100 degrees F) AND Cough and/or Sore throat, but can also include: aBody aches aChills aHeadache aRunny nose aVomiting aDiarrhea Contact your doctor immediately or seek medical care if you experience these warning signs: children adults aFast breathing or trouble breathing aBluish or gray skin color aNot drinking enough fluids aSevere or persistent vomiting aNot waking up or not interacting aBeing so irritable that the child does not want to be held aSymptoms improve, but then return with fever and worse cough aDifficulty breathing or shortness of breath aPain or pressure in the chest or abdomen aSudden dizziness aConfusion aSevere or persistent vomiting aSymptoms improve, but then return with fever and worse cough For more detailed information on H1N1, flu vaccination, or how to protect yourself or your family: • Visit the Baltimore City Health Department website (http://www.baltimorehealth.org) • Call the Baltimore City 3-1-1 call center or Maryland flu hotline 1-800-MDFLU4U • Visit http://www.flu.gov/ or the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (http://dhmh.maryland.gov/swineflu)