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Comment by Stephen Dolinich on April 28, 2011 at 1:10pm

Thanks Robert.  Please have your friends spread the word about and  The more jobs that get posted because of your marketing/networking to employers, the more six packs of Block Island Blonde for you! :-)

You know what's sad?  Jobseekers should never feel like they are bothering employers.  The employer is the one with the job. They are the one that needs help and who's business will struggle if they do not have top employees working for them. If a jobseekers does not feel comfortable with an employer or they feel like they are bothering them, they will only move on to an employer who welcomes them and makes them feel comfortable.... Like the managers from the Beachhead!!

Comment by Robert Taylor on April 28, 2011 at 11:57am

.....they (stop shop) scooped them right up. 

Comment by Robert Taylor on April 28, 2011 at 11:55am
.....I will forward info.  This site really should take off.  I know I did not like calling and bothering several people who just seemed not into the job inquiries.  I'll bet the chamber of commerce just gets tired of listing over the phone.  (you have to keep calling them too, it always changes).  I did use this site when I got rejection/softball answers.  My facebook page is to scrambled and not professional and a straight resume is not "you".  I talked to Victor Knox-he video interviewed and nailed it his first try and he shot me a couple of jabs when I started looking in Newport.  (he's on your site).  I will keep up the free advertising because it simply is a great idea.  Places like Key West and the ski resorts in the winter should do this too.  A couple of my friends are working for supermarket food chains on M'SV, Nantucket.  Housing provided.  Stop and Shop was here a few weeks ago and
Comment by Stephen Dolinich on April 28, 2011 at 11:36am

What a small world!  I've heard great things about working for the Beachhead - I think you will have a good time next week.  If you get a chance, show them the website and how it works.  If they still have any recruiting needs, ask them to try the site with a job posting.  Job postings are only $29 and are active for 60 days.  Email blasts then go out to all register job seekers for this site and are also sent to and for added exposure.  I know I can help them fill any open position!

AND, if they post a job with the site, I'll buy you a six pack of Block Island Blonde!

Comment by Robert Taylor on April 28, 2011 at 10:46am
...had interview yesterday out here on mainland.  I have been clearing land, cording wood, hardscaping and building fence/staining deck at my sister's/brother-in-law's...when I first spoke to Kimberly, she was in the same town?!  She suggested we meet right down the street at the same church my sister got married in and attends.  It really was funny, her husband and she are very charming and likable.  I think we actually bike the same roads. They invited me to island for 3-day trail, I go out next Thursday, then we go from there.  How should I post-blog it?
Comment by Stephen Dolinich on April 27, 2011 at 8:10am
Good for you!  I hope you get the job!  When are you meeting Kimberly from the Beachhead again?
Comment by Stephen Dolinich on March 11, 2011 at 2:54pm
Restaurants and hotels are always looking for top talent on Block Island.  With a variety of island opportunities for summer job seekers in the hospitality field, my goal is to provide jobseekers with the fastest and safest means of finding all job openings Block Island.

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