GHS Jobs

Excited to be placing job boards on the site. There will be links permanently placed in the above header and down the left hand side of the homepage toward the middle. There are 2 primary tool. The job boards and the resume database. The job boards present regional and national job openings. As an employer, you may list a job for a small fee. As a job hunter, you can search openings - at of course, no charge

The resume database is not new, but will be enhanced. This is free to those who wish to upload their resume. Resumes uploaded will remain for 2 months. Then, if the seeker wants to keep his resume uploaded, they will need to re-upload. IMPORTANT. You must load/attach a word document. Cutting and pasting the text of your resume into the text box clogs the database and will need to be deleted.

With the opportunities being presented to the Ark-La-Tex I want to be sure the site is doing it's part. I think this is a good start. I want to encourage those who employ and those who are seeking to try these out and let me of any improvements you'd make.

Resume Database


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Keith "Haynesville"

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Comment by Derek Allen Berger on March 27, 2009 at 7:57pm
Derek's_Resume3.doc
Hey Shalers. I am a Landman that was working in the Barnett and am now looking for a new opportunity. I can't wait to get back to work and am definitelty willing to relocate. If you are looking for anyone or know anybody who is, just give me a shout. All my info is in the Resume posted above. Thanks!
Comment by Michael Villa on March 27, 2009 at 3:50pm
Keith, thanks a million.
Comment by Karen Biely on March 26, 2009 at 9:58pm
Hi, my mother in her 70's keeps recieving calls from Land reps. regarding leasing her mineral rights in Rusk co. Tx, the city of Henderson specifically. In the 1870's the surface rights were sold to a cousin, however, can anyone make a recomendation whether or not the mineral rights would be automatically included if not specifically mentioned in the sale? Since the 1970's mother has been contacted requesting her to lease her mineral rights. She briefly worked with an attorney in 2008-09 who she was quite disappointed with, his speciality is real estate law and he is in Tyler. Our relatives(defendents) who were fighting these cousins who think the mineral rights were lost to the whole family except them when the surface rights were sold long ago, won and have a substantial "out of court settlement" we have been excluded because we are in California and were not represented by the same attorney who won the case settlement out of court, because we were never notified of the suit by the "greedy cousins," didn't discover it and call an attorney until a Land Rep. called in Dec 2008 and told us that this was happening. Does anyone know an attorney that would work with folks who are living out of state?
Comment by getoverit on March 25, 2009 at 11:56am
Awesome! Thanks, Keith!

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