PHOENIX - If you are currently out of the work force or looking for a new job, there are hundreds of employers looking for workers in the Valley. We found these 10 companies and more on Indeed.com , simplyhired.com and jobing.com.
A center specializing in clients with autism is looking for therapists this week. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders needs therapists and ABA therapists in Phoenix.
Have experience in the catering industry? Delicious Deliveries is looking for a corporate catering sales representative in Tempe.
Enterprise Rent-a-Car has dozens of openings ranging from reservations sales representative (work from home), full time rental sales agent, fleet management account executive, temporary customer assistance representatives, and more.
In the medical field, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center is hiring. The postings range from physician, to lab service specialists, pharmacy tech, medical receptionist, medical assistant, nurses and volunteers.
Amazon in Phoenix has a variety of openings this week. They include: industrial maintenance technician, data and reporting analyst, senior financial analyst, HR business partner, loss prevention specialist, leadership development and many more.
If you live in the West Valley, the City of Peoria is hiring. They're looking for a pool maintenance worker, library page and library assistant, police manager and police services officer, and a 911 communications specialist.
Quality Distributors has three openings this week for a credit analyst, two contract administrators.
Into style? Vanity Blowout Bar has several openings, from nail tech, to massage therapist, esthetician, and stylist.
Walmart is hiring. They're looking for interns, senior manager - finance, order filler, staff pharmacist, yard driver, maintenance technician, area manager - floor, and many more.
In the banking industry, Zions Bancorporation is looking for a few good employees. The positions include mobile device administrator, ACH specialist, regional security officer, wire transfer supervisor, executive assistant, and deposit and bank card product manager.
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