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HR Manager / Office Manager Opportunities in Orlando, Florida?

Does anyone know of a business or office that is seeking a new HR Manager and/or an Office Manager. I know the PERFECT one! She's highly experienced, incredibly competent, reliable, poised, and has a fantastic old-fashioned work ethic and professional appearance. She is stagnating at her current place of employment, where she has been for 12 years. It's time for a fresh new opportunity with a team that will truly appreciate what she brings to the table. Any suggestions?

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Just reading over the responses, and it's interesting to me that a couple of you leapt to the conclusion that I was doing a person's job searching FOR her. NOT the case. Just looking for any bones I could throw her way. Just suggestions. Tone down the judgmentalism! Senior EA-Business Writer on 10/17/2013 8:00:10 AM
I believe this writer may be affiliated with a placement service. There are other posts similar to this. Anonymous on 10/24/2012 2:02:52 PM
http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs.html and focus on 42A (Human Resources Specialist) or 42B (Human Resources Officer), especially warrant officer. Seriously. The pay and benefits can't be beat, the duty locations can't be beat, and the work is in an office much like the ones she works in now. It's not the job. It's the experiences! Good luck! Anonymous on 10/24/2012 7:17:54 AM
I agree with the previous response. If your sister is interested in a new position she should seek employment herself. I understand you are probably concerned for her but I do not believe this is the way to be helpful to her. I would suggest you offer her encouragement and support and perhaps suggest she post her resume to a website such as Monster. Debra on 10/23/2012 2:18:47 PM
My first question to you is are you sure this is what your sister wants? If so, then we should be seeing her request describing what she is looking for in a new position. Your enthusiasm for her to move forward is admirable, but if she can't speak for herself, it might be hard for her to be accepted as a candidate for a new position. I wish both of you well in the search for a new position for her. AlVerta Harty on 10/23/2012 12:38:09 PM
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