INA Weekly Brief

Category: Jobs


How to Sell Yourself with a Resume full of Short-Term Positions

No matter what industry you are in, job searching is hard to do. Between researching job duties, meeting minimum requirements, and updating your resume, it seems like getting a job- can be its own full-time job! So when your job history read a little more like “for the time being” than “for the long term”,… Read more »


Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | November 6, 2017

So You Want to Bring Your Child to Work With You? A Guide for Nannies Who are Moms

Imagine that you’ve just found out that you’re pregnant with your first child. This is something that you’ve been dreaming of your entire life. You’re elated. Overjoyed. You celebrate the happy news with your partner, your family, and your friends. You’ve always loved children (it’s one of the reasons you became a nanny), and now… Read more »


Tags: , , , , , , , , , | May 22, 2017

Top Tips for Phone Interviews

When applying for jobs, it’s more than likely that you will be in contact with the potential employers or placement agencies via phone prior to attending a face to face interview. Phone interviews are critical to recruiters and employers as they assist them in short listing applicants and ensuring that the applicant meets the selection… Read more »


Tags: , | October 20, 2016

INA is Hiring!

The INA Board of Directors is seeking an administrator to assume office operations for the association. The position is a fast paced 30-hour per week, work from home opportunity The ideal candidate must: Have strong customer service skills Have strong writing skills Be proficient in Microsoft Office Have strong communication skills Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge… Read more »


September 3, 2013