factory in richmond
need a job

Harrison, AR

#1 Jul 7, 2010
can anyone tell me the name of the factory close to eku that is named something like intersist or something. i was told they were hiring but i am not positive on the name.
thanks for your help.
I Think

Winchester, KY

#2 Jul 7, 2010
I think you are talking about Enersys.
sensational

Richmond, KY

#3 Jul 7, 2010
Where is this factory? I have never seen it?
over there

Mount Sterling, KY

#4 Jul 7, 2010
across the street from Pattie A. Clay Horsepital
think

Richmond, KY

#5 Jul 7, 2010
That used to be Exide I think.
Lisa

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Jul 7, 2010
dont waste your time unless you know someone in there

Since: May 09

Richmond, KY

#7 Jul 8, 2010
Yep, it's Enersys; the location is correct as well, up from EKU, kind of across from the... place where you get... healed *cough*.

If I were you, I would definitely go ahead and put in an app or whatever way their hiring process is there. If you're unemployed it's better to say you "wasted" your time and tried to get in, as opposed to just wasted your time...

If you have a clean history, the Depot hires quite a bit (more than people think), and they pay damn good. It's just tough for many folks to get on because no one seems to stay out of trouble.
Yep

United States

#8 Jul 8, 2010
How do you go about getting hired on at the depot? How do you put in an application.

Since: May 09

Richmond, KY

#9 Jul 8, 2010
Yep wrote:
How do you go about getting hired on at the depot? How do you put in an application.
It depends on what you're experienced in, and what fields you're willing to work in.

They don't do applications per se, they accept resumes only.

You can go to USAJobs.gov , or CPOL.Army.Mil.

On both sites you should search for jobs in kentucky - it will bring up a fairly large list, but you'll have to scan through them for jobs here at the depot if you can't travel very far.

If you go to CPOL, you'll need to click on the employment banner, then on the new page "search for jobs" is the first grey button on the left side, toward the bottom.

USAJobs is fairly straight forward, so it's easier to navigate that one.

Remember though, on either one of them, you have to fill out a resume, which could take some time if you don't have all your work history and information handy. But whatever job you submit for, MAKE SURE your resume reflects that type of work experience, and write down EVERYTHING you've ever worked pertaining to that job.

The resume system you will be using is called Resumix. After you've completed your resume and start submitting for jobs, Resumix (when you log in to the system) will tell you if you've been accept, denied or under consideration for the job.

Just remember that if you have a multi-fielded background, it's always best to dress your resume strong in one field or the other, not both. And never change your resume to submit for a different job when you haven't heard back (accepted or denied) from the other.

That would be like applying to be a truck driver or something, then seeing a lifeguard position available, and changing your resume to reflect that; when the truck driver spot sees your resume, they'll only see lifeguard stuff and you'll be denied. So be very patient; it's the government so it does go slow.

Happy hunting.

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