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Carta de Presentación Autocandidatura

Juan Santeño García c/ Isla de Madeira nº 4, 1º H 10005 Cáceres 927 999 666 867 321 123 jsanteno@extrem.es Construcciones LUCAS A/A Jefe de Personal Avenida de Europa, 2 06005, Badajoz Cáceres, 24 de noviembre de 2006 Estimado señor o señora: He conocido a través de los medios de comunicación la importante actividad que esa empresa desarrolla en Extremadura y en las comunidades de alrededor, por lo que he decidido establecer contacto con ustedes. En junio del pasado año terminé mis estudios de Arquitectura Técnica. Desde entonces he realizado prácticas en empresas del sector durante 6 meses y otros 5 con contrato. Mi experiencia en construcciones metálicas de gran dimensión sería conveniente para su empresa ahora que parece van a emprender grandes obras y proyectos institucionales. Les envío mi Curriculum Vitae para que puedan ver mis conocimientos técnicos, informáticos y de idiomas. Les agradecería poder establecer una entrevista directa con ustedes para detallarles mis conocimientos y experiencia profesional así como para darles a conocer lo que podría aportar a la empresa. En espera de sus noticias les saluda atentamente...

LA CARTA DE PRESENTACIÓN - empleofulp.es

La carta de presentación es un complemento del currículum vitae y, si bien no es obligatorio añadirla, es importante tenerla en cuenta para hacer una presentación profesional anticipada del candidato, así como para orientar al seleccionador sobre si se es o no la persona indicada para el puesto de trabajo, o para diferenciarse en los casos en que el seleccionador deba tomar una decisión entre muchas candidaturas semejantes. La carta de presentación de un currículum vitae no describe únicamente los conocimientos que se tienen, sino que hace hincapié en la actitud, la cual resulta fundamental para que se tenga en cuenta la propia candidatura. No se debe hacer un modelo de carta estándar, sino que es preferible adaptarla a cada empresa en particular, ya que de este modo se podrán destacar las aptitudes que más interesen en cada caso. Como características podríamos destacar las siguientes: • Tiene como objetivo acompañar y presentar el Currículum Vitae (CV). • Se escribe bien contestando a un anuncio, o bien por propia iniciativa para ofrecerse a la empresa. • Es la primera fuente de información que tiene la empresa sobre el candidato. La utilización de un registro profesional en la elaboración de una carta de presentación y CV pueden convertirse en la puerta de entrada de una creciente carrera profesional. La carta de presentación es el medio que permite al demandante de empleo presentar su candidatura y currículum vitae de forma breve a la empresa, y por ello es imprescindible cuidar el detalle al mínimo ya que esta es el medio que introduce la información contenida en el currículum. Conviene no olvidar que esta herramienta es muy importante, ya que una valoración negativa podría suponer la eliminación del candidato del proceso de selección. Básicamente, con la carta de presentación trataremos de atraer la atención de la persona que la lee de manera que considere, en una primera impresión, que el demandante de empleo se ajusta al puesto, que el historial que presenta es idóneo para cubrir algún tipo de puesto vacante o que tiene capacidades, competencias y aprendizajes, que podría aportar ante una necesidad concreta de la empresa.

Gestational Diabetes, My pregnancy, my baby, and me - Texas ...

What is Gestational Diabetes? Gestational diabetes occurs when your body cannot make adequate use of sugar in the blood. It is first found during pregnancy. Your blood sugar can become normal when your baby is born. Insulin is needed for your cells to use sugar as fuel for energy. Insulin is made in the pancreas. If you have diabetes, your pancreas is unable to match the insulin it makes to the amount of sugar in your blood. This causes you to have high blood sugar. • When your blood sugar is high during pregnancy, extra sugar goes to your baby. • Your baby gets extra calories from the sugar and stores them as fat. This can make your baby weigh more at birth and make delivery harder. • Your baby’s pancreas makes extra insulin to handle the high blood sugar from you. • After birth your baby keeps making extra insulin. This causes your baby to have low blood sugar. Your baby may have to stay in the hospital to get the blood sugar level back to normal. What does this mean for my pregnancy? You will need to keep your blood sugar at a normal level to help your baby grow well and stay healthy. If your blood sugar is high you may develop problems during your pregnancy. The problems can include: • High blood pressure (hypertension) • Delivering your baby by C-section (cesarean section) • Bladder infection (urinary-tract infection) What does gestational diabetes mean for my baby? Keeping your blood sugar at normal levels while you are pregnant will protect your baby and keep your baby growing well. But if your blood sugar stays high, your baby may: • have yellowish skin (jaundice). • be very large (macrosomia). • stay in the hospital extra days after birth with very low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). • have a difficult birth that causes shoulder problems (brachial plexus). • have breathing problems (respiratory distress syndrome).

Fast Meals and Quick Snacks: A Cookbook for Teens - California ...

A publication made possible by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Stamp Program, through the California Nutrition Network for Healthy, Active Families (an equal opportunity provider and employer), and the Sutter Memorial Hospital Adolescent Family Life Program, Sacramento, California. i Original text compiled and edited by: Delfina Shelomenseff, RD, MPA Adolescent Nutrition Program Coordinator Julee Andreoni, MS Adolescent Nutrition Program Technician Marcia Hensley Adolescent Nutrition Program Secretary Recipe analysis* and final editing by: M. Jane Heinig, PhD University of California, Davis Department of Nutrition Final layout, design, and editing by: Kara D. Ishii, MSW University of California, Davis Department of Nutrition.

Small Mixed Breeds - Pet Care Veterinary Hospital

Small Mixed Breeds: They’re Unique! Your dog is special! She’s your best friend and companion and a source of unconditional love. Chances are that you chose her because you like little dogs, and you expected her to have certain traits that would fit your lifestyle: • • • • • Well suited as a companion dog Compact and travels well Loving and loyal to her owners Excellent watchdog Alert, curious, and busy No dog is perfect, though, and you may have noticed these characteristics, too: • • • • • Difficult to housetrain Can be aggressive, fearful, or snappy if not socialized properly Has a tendency to bark quite a bit if the behavior is rewarded Prone to separation anxiety Needs regular exercise and diet regulation to avoid weight gain Is it all worth it? Of course! She’s got her own personality, and you love her for it. Your Mixed-Breed Dog’s Health We know that because you care so much about your dog, you want to take good care of him. That’s why we’ll tell you about the health concerns we’ll be discussing with you over the life of your friend. refuses to eat or go potty, she is likely in severe pain. If you see signs, don’t wait. Call us or an emergency clinic immediately! For less severe cases, rest and medication may resolve the problem. In many cases involving paralysis, we’ll recommend surgical removal of the ruptured discs (within 24 hours of the onset of symptoms to get the best results). As with so many other diseases, weight control helps to prevent this problem. You should also use ramps or steps from puppyhood on so that your dog doesn’t spend a lifetime stressing her back by jumping on and off of the furniture. Cataracts Knowing your pal’s genetic make-up is an important step you can take to ensure his future health and happiness. Just because your pet looks like a Chihuahua doesn’t mean he is a Chihuahua! And even if he is part Chihuahua, it doesn’t mean he’ll have the same behavioral tendencies or health problems as a Chihuahua. In fact, he could have inherited some of those traits from his parents or grandparents of entirely different breeds. We want to know which breeds your dog is so that we can tell you what to expect in terms of his behavior and health. That’s why we recommend genetic testing for all mixed-breed dogs.

Dog attack stats with breed % 2012
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September 1982 to January 31, 2012 Reports are logged as received, and the current log is printed out as requested. Compiled by the editor of ANIMAL PEOPLE from press accounts since 1982, this table covers only attacks by dogs of clearly identified breed type or ancestry, as designated by animal control officers or others with evident expertise, who have been kept as pets. All accounts are cross-checked by date, location, and identity of the victim. Attacks by police dogs, guard dogs, and dogs trained specifically to fight are also excluded. “Attacks doing bodily harm” includes all fatalities, maimings, and other injuries requiring extensive hospital treatment. “Maimings” includes permanent disfigurement or loss of a limb. Where there is an asterisk (#), please see footnotes. If there are more "attacks" than "victims," it means that there were multiple dogs involved in some attacks. If the numbers of "victims" does not equal the numbers of "deaths" and "maimings," it means that some of the victims -- in attacks in which some people were killed or maimed -- were not killed or maimed. Over the duration of the data collection, the severity of the logged attacks appears to be at approximately the 1-bite-in-10,000 level. The ‘%/dogs” column states the percentage of each breed of dog among 275,716 classified ads listing dogs for sale at web sites during June 2011, screened to eliminate duplicates. Similar data collected in June 2010 did not eliminate duplicate listings, and thereby appears to have over-counted several breeds, including pit bull terriers and pit bull mixes, who were over-counted in 2010 by 20%.

US Dog Population Getting Bigger—and Smaller - Packaged Facts

Market Outlook [November 2012] U.S. Dog Population Getting Bigger—and Smaller From 2010 to 2012, dog ownership rose from 37 percent of U.S. households to 39 percent, according to Experian Simmons. Yet, while the U.S. dog population may be growing, it’s also getting smaller. Size-wise, U.S. pet owners are increasingly favoring smaller dogs, whose share of dog-owning households rose from 41 percent in 2000 to 47 percent in 2010, according to American Pet Products Association APPA National Pet Owners Surveys. For the first time in 2010, there were as many households in the United States with small dogs as there were with large dogs, and far fewer medium dog households. Also spotlighting the small dog trend is Banfield Pet Hospital’s State of Pet Health 2011 Report, Volume 1. According to the report, smaller dogs have shown a marked increase in popularity during the past ten years in terms of hospital visits, with Chihuahuas up 116 percent and Shih Tzus up 87 percent, while larger breeds including Labrador Retrievers and German Shepherds have declined. During 2010, Banfield added three new breeds to its list of dog breeds most commonly cared for: Standard Poodle, and two small breeds—Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese.

Breeding - Canyon Pet Hospital
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Reproductive Q&A Questions about dog breeding are some of the most common that we get at Canyon Pet Hospital. We wanted to try and address the most frequently asked questions here so that it would be available for people to access at all times. Before we begin, please remember that when dealing with reproductive issues, we are dealing with hormones, and there are never any "exacts." If you are ever in doubt or something does not seem right, call your veterinarian. Breeding Females It is recommended that a female not be bred until she is two years or older. There are two reasons for this. First, the female is not through growing until that time and pregnancy can put a hardship on her body. Second, dogs are not emotionally mature until about two years of age, and are therefore sometimes not equipped to raise puppies until then. Males Males, technically, can breed successfully at as young as four months of age. However, most males are not able to "complete the process" until at least one year of age, simply because of a lack of maturity. Heat cycles Small-breed females can come into heat as young as six months, but usually do not come into heat until eight months of age. Larger-breed females tend to come into heat until sometime between 10 and 12 months of age. The giant breeds can wait until after a year of age to have their first heat cycle—this is normal. Heat cycles are about six months apart, and this is not usually affected by the fact that a female has delivered puppies.

Vonco Medical Offers the Latest in New and Refurbished Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Equipment

Since 1990 Vonco Medical has been providing the latest in Physcial Therapy and Reahbilitation equipment to physical therapy clinics, hospital inpatient & outpatient rehab, nursing homes & senior living facilities, chiropractic clinics, sports medicine centers, professional sports teams, wellness centers and more. Our philosophy of providing best in class sales and product consulting are the reason more than 7500 rehabilitation facilities nationwide call themselves “satisfied customers

información sobre cómo solicitar empleo en la misión diplomática e

Todo solicitante de empleo en la Misión diplomática llenará el formulario DS-0174, o presentará un historial personal que traiga toda la información que se pide en ese formulario. Si el historial que presente no comunica la información que se solicita en el formulario DS-0174, la Oficina de Relaciones Humanas (HR) de la Misión pudiera exigirle llenar del todo el formulario DS-0174 mientras siga aspirando a un puesto en la Misión. Si no presenta toda la información que se le pidE, ya sea por medio del formulario DS-0174 llenado completamente o de un historial personal en hojas aparte, se expone a que deje de considerársele para un puesto. 2. Asegúrese de que tiene derecho a presentar la solicitud. A veces, la Misión diplomática restringe la búsqueda de personal al que ya está empleado en la misma Misión. 3. La Oficina de Relaciones Humanas de la Misión debe recibir toda la documentación de su solicitud para la fecha de cierre del anuncio de puesto vacante. En caso contrario, dejará de considerársele para el puesto. 4. La facilitación de cualquier información personal tiene carácter voluntario, por ejemplo, la de su número de la seguridad social de los Estados Unidos (para los ciudadanos estadounidenses o los residentes permanentes en los Estados Unidos) o la del número nacional de identidad (para los demás). Sin embargo, la Oficina de Relaciones Humanas de la Misión no podrá tramitar su solicitud a menos que presente voluntariamente la información que se solicita en el DS-0174.

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