Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam

Got this in e-mail today...

Randstad North America, the fourth largest work solutions company in the world, is looking to fill temporary test scoring positions for our client, Harcourt Educational Measurement. The work hours are 8:15am to 4:30pm with flexible scheduling available. Readers are paid $11.00 plus bonus potential that can bring your hourly rate up to $12 an hour with possible overtime available. Randstad offers weekly pay, medical and dental benefits once hired, and valuable career development tools. Upon completion of the project, Randstad will work with you to keep you working in jobs that meet your career goals and increase your value in the market. Requirements are proof of a four-year degree (official transcript) and successful completion of a 60-minute qualifying test administered at time of interview. To hear more about this great opportunity and to apply, please come to our open house on one of the following days: Monday 4/4 - 11 am, 1pm or 3pm, Tuesday 4/5 - 9 am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm or 5pm, Wednesday 4/6 - 11 am, 1pm or 3pm, Thursday 4/7 - 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm or 5pm, Friday 4/8 - 11am, 1pm or 3pm.

Please bring your resume, two professional references and proof of degree when you come in to apply at: 7900 International Drive, Suite 170, Bloomington, MN 55425. For more information, please call Kelly or Cory at (952) 854-3389.

Cory Mausolf
Project Coordinator, Harcourt
7900 International Dr
Bloomington, MN 55425
Tel. 952.854.3389
Fax 952.854.3402

A four-year degree?

Am I just jaded, or does this sound like high requirements for a low-pay position? I'm pretty sure it was a blind e-mail to anyone at who was in the twin cities area.

Anyway, thought I'd pass it along in case anyone is interested.

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