Needle in a Haystack:
If you are an NDT manager your days are likely filled to capacity with scheduling, testing, data analysis, reports — the day-to-day responsibilities that keep you busy all week. With a few curves thrown into the mix from time to time to keep you on your toes.
Drill Down for More Effective Interviewing:
Hiring technical staff is one of the most important parts of an NDT manager's job. It is especially challenging in today's tough labor market. Getting the right people in the right jobs is critical, so it cannot be left to chance.
Memo from Michael - Quality vs. Quantity:
The World Wide Web has had an enormous impact the recruitment and hiring process. In the past, communication between employers and job seeker was a slow, time-consuming process. Ads in local newspapers or trade journals got things started, resumes were mailed or faxed, reference checking could take weeks.
Getting From the Interview to a Job Offer:
You've done your homework, submitted your resume and landed an interview for the job you want. The interview goes well and you walk out feeling great about your prospects.