If you can perform the find in 'Find Mode', you can create the script to do the same, and even more. Do your find in 'Find Mode' first, then create a script containing the 'Perform Find' command, check the 'Specify find requests' box, and it will automatically fill in the requests from your last find.
" but are not a type of job labeled "mini session".
This would be a second find request and you would OMIT.
Thank you for your post.
The replies from "etripoli" and "LaRetta" are correct (Thank you!). Let me provide a little more detail.
Assuming the jobs performed this year are put into a Date field "PERFORMED DATE", and the type of job is entered into a field "TYPE JOB", one possible script would be:
Set Error Capture [On]
Enter Find Mode 
Set Field [ PERFORMED DATE ; Year ( Get (CurrentDate) ) ]
Set Field [ TYPE JOB ; "mini session" ]
Perform Find 
If [ Get ( RecordCount ) = 0 ]
Show Custom Dialog [ "No Records" ; "No Records Found" ]
Explanation: Error capture is turned on. This comes in handy when you search for records and no records are found, you can suppress the alert. We enter Find Mode, put the current year into the PERFORMED DATE field, add a new request, enter "mini session" into TYPE JOB and set it to omit those records. We then perform the Find. Now, if the record count is zero (no records found), we can display a message that no records were found. At this point, you can Show All Records or just exit the script.
Please let me know if you need clarification for any of the above steps.
Thanks. Worked like a charm.