Thursday, January 28, 2010

Looking for a Job?

ACET, Inc. has received an immediate request to provide assistance to the devastation from the recent earthquake that has befallen the nation of Haiti. We are looking for anyone interested in going to Haiti to help for a 3- 6 month period. There are no particular skills sets defined at this point, except the willingness to help wherever needed. We will be presenting folks and highlighting their unique skills and trade qualifications, so if the opportunity to help in your area exists - it will be noted and presented. As you can well imagine, any skill that you may have - can be of great help.

Typical skill sets needed:

Medical Personnel
Heavy Equipment Operators

THIS IS NOT A VOLUNTEER REQUEST - you will be paid for the work you do. This is a temporary employment assignment that will include travel, expenses, remuneration with an understanding that housing accommodations will be very basic. All that is needed at this point is a passport or ability to obtain one ASAP.

If you are seriously interested or know of someone who would be interested - please email me back ASAP or forward this email, and I will provide more details for you at that time.

This is a unique opportunity to make a difference to the people of Haiti!

Onekqua Beverly
Corporate Recruiter/Security Specialist
ACET, Inc.
301-861-5023 (Office)
301-885-3199 (Fax)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Anthony:
I'm surprised you haven't received any comments on this topic yet. I checked ACET's website and was impressed! I didn't know they were ranked one of the top Black-owned businesses in the US.

They have been overwhelmed with responses and have stopped taking resumes for a while.

I must say I was heartened to read the responses on their website. I have taken the liberty of putting the link here so others can see some of our better angels at work.

I have very fond memories of those beautiful people in that ravaged country. I spent about four weeks each year there during the '70s and early '80s. One hears so much about how miserable the conditions have been there for so many years, but the Haitian people themselves are truly wonderful and remain so throughout their adversities.

Thanks for posting this entry.

George in SF