Finding YOU that  “JUST RIGHT JOB” is what makes our day…

 

…because it’s a life changing event for you!

That’s why we take the time to identify your special talents, listen to what’s important, and prepare you for placement success!     

  • ONE STOP paperwork – one application/multiple employers.
  • No red tape or black holes.  Direct connections to employers who are hiring NOW!
  • Employers are vetted to treat you right!
  • Inside scoop on the employer’s hiring preferences.  No miscues.
  • Personalized guidance – every step of the way!

Getting started is  QUICK and EASY…

NEW Temporary and Direct Hire Opportunities Daily!

Pace Staffing Client Satisfaction Award

 

  To learn more about how to spot that “just right job” for you ……click here! 

 

There’s lots of ways to find that “Just Right Job”.

WORKING AUDITIONS. “Try Before You Buy”

WORKING AUDITIONS. “Try Before You Buy”     

TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT – A Fast, Fun, and Flexible Way to Work!

Temporary Employment – Work When, Where, and How You Want!     

CONTRACT PLACEMENTS. PROJECT TEAMS. Enhance Your Resume Here!

Being on the Right Project Team Can Build Your Skills and Exposure to “What’s New”     

CAREER PLACEMENT. Connections to the Area’s LEADING Employers!

Make your NEXT CAREER MOVE the RIGHT CAREER MOVE!     

 

Having trouble getting your resume noticed by busy recruiters? We’ve got some ideas! 

 

CHECK OUT  Our Featured Jobs!

Customer Service Reps – Great Career Opportunities for Your Skills – Available NOW!

If you’d like a foot in the door with some of Seattle’s leading employers, we’ve likely got the job for you only a click away. Training classes are ongoing.

Many of our clients are ethnically diverse…with service teams staffed with team members from all over the globe. Bi lingual candidates are in special demand.

These are employers highly committed to their employees – open to considering you for direct hire or temp to hire auditions. Most have open opportunities for you to work into higher levels of service or leadership roles.

If you are passionate about building your resume for a career in service, we’d like to talk today!

Check out our service opportunities on the PACE job board. Current Openings

Seasoned Admin and Executive Assistants!

Too many opportunities to list for EA’s and AA’s who are either in between jobs or would like to re-look at WHEN and WHERE you work!

As business heats up the number of employers who are looking for your calendaring, organizational, and problem solving skills has grown dramatically, creating new and exciting opportunities for polished administrative candidates to further their careers.

Jobs come in all sizes and shapes from formal C suite offices to more informal settings, from downtown Seattle to all the major suburbs. Pay rate ranges from 45-85K – depending on your specialty, background and experience. This is the perfect opportunity for to make a job change that will put you closer to home or using skills that you love.

If you want to work for 2-3 month assignments instead of direct hire, we’ve plenty of those too. For a confidential interview contact us at 425-637-3311 or e mail us at candidateservices@pacestaffing.com . Or check out current openings on our job board Current Openings

 

If you know someone who would be a “good fit” for one of these specialized recruits, send them our way and earn BONUS $$$$.  For More Info….. click here

 

Is TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT the “Right Fit” for You?

3 million employees go to work each day in interim, part-time, “on demand” jobs – and since the 2008 recession has been one of the fastest growing segments of the workforce – the backbone of the new “gig economy.”

When you work as a temporary employee you can….

  • Expand your resume with new skills and work experiences
  • Check out a variety of employers as places to work
  • Earn money while in between jobs or during those times when you are making a life change    
  • Create a life style that creates more free time, more flexibility

Here’s some questions about “temping” that we get asked frequently….  

 

With some exceptions, temporary work works best for employees who have already have a certain set of skills or have a level of expertise that doesn’t require a lot of on the job training.  Although some employers will train, most expect you to come to work prepared to perform.

Some of the personal qualities that make for a successful “temp” include…

  • Initiative and resourcefulness – the ability to figure things out without a lot of help from others.
  • A “go with the flow” personality or style – an ability to keep going in the face of unknowns.
  • A positive, helpful personality.    Our best temps are people who actively look to make a difference in the short time they are on assignment.
  • Reliability –  a track record of coming to work every day – on time, ready to work.

In most cases yes.  There are many more temporary jobs being filled daily than there are employees hired into permanent roles.   The selection processes employers use to “hire” a temp tend to move faster and are less exacting.

While the temporary and contractor language can be used interchangeably, from a legal perspective they reflect  different types of employment.

A temporary job is just that – temporary employment.  Legally it can start and end without notice.

Contract assignments, on the other hand, typically involve some sort of formalized agreement between the employer and the employee (or their representative) specifying things like the length of the assignment, work content, results expected, under what conditions the contract can be ended, etc.

While not a defining difference, many contract workers are self employed and file taxes as an independent business.   Temporary employees,  on the other hand are always W2 employees, and typically work for an agency who contracts with an employer to provide them with temporary staff.

Temporary assignments start and stop “at will”.  An assignment can end without either cause or notice.  While most of the temporary assignments we represent are targeted to last 2-3 months,  the range actually ends up varying from a few days to several years.  Our recruiters will let you know what we’ve been told as the “length of an assignment” at the time you are presented with the assignment opportunity.

No. One of the best parts of becoming a temporary employee is that you get to choose when and for whom you work.  In fact, when we offer you an assignment,  we don’t want you to accept the assignment unless you are fully committed to completing it.

PACE realizes that things come up in a busy life that may require an employee to adjust a previous work commitment.  If we get proper notice of you intent to quit, your relationship with PACE will stay in tact and you will be eligible to be assigned elsewhere or at a later time. Ending an assignment for casual reasons, on the other hand, can become grounds for termination, and make you ineligible for future assignments.

Most employees who work for PACE on temporary or contract assignments are paid weekly, every Friday.  Some of our “full time” employees on assignment will be paid every other week.


Yes, in fact many of our clients look first to our temporary employees when it comes time to hire.   Temp to hire auditions give both employees and employers a chance to check out each other before entering into a longer term employment relationship.


While we appreciate our temporary employees who are exclusive with us and therefore available to accept assignments as they come up, we understand there is often a need to  register with more than one agency to minimize your down time between assignments.

 

Check out our TOP TEN INTERVIEW DO’S HERE!

 

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Learning how to look for and manage your personal “work place stressors” can make a big difference to your career!

You’re Relocating. You Need a New Job. Some Important FIRST STEPS!

If you’re about to relocate, I’d like to walk you through some suggestions I have when moving into the Greater Seattle job market.

There Are Politics…. And Then There Are Office Politics!

Getting good at office politics is a skill that matters. Here’s some helpful tips for how you play that game to “win”

 

Check out our TOP TEN INTERVIEW DON’TS HERE!

 

The BUZZZZZ About PACE – What Job Seekers Say About How PACE Makes a Difference! 

 
 

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