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.
With a focus on children, the Arizona's Children Association is hiring clinicians, clinical supervisors, substitute teachers for Head Start, special project associates, and independent living specialists and more in Phoenix, Apache Junction Chandler, Glendale and Casa Grande.
Shoppers Supply of Apache Junction is hiring 50 people for a new store opening in Chandler near Alma School and Queen Creek roads soon. They're also filling positions in their Apache Junction store located at 3003 W. Apache Trail. For more information call Andy at 480-646-1028.
Matrix Medical Network has three openings this week. They're looking for a logistics analyst, coding auditor and logistics quality assurance administrator.
Have a passion for beer? North Mountain Brewing Company in the north Phoenix area is looking for bartenders, servers, cooks and dishwashers.
Nestle USA is hiring full and part time warehouse workers. They're also looking for retail representatives and shuttle drivers in Phoenix.
If your specialty is in the computer world, CompuCom is hiring. The openings range from mechanical engineer, to .NET developer, post deployment technicians, technical writer, and more.
Arizona Neurological Institute is looking for medical billers, medical records clerks/scanners, and medical assistants.
International Cruises and Excursions is hiring AND holding job fairs. They're hiring sales representatives, landscaper/groundskeeper, facilities administrator, quality assurance representatives in the call center. They're also holding hiring events on Tuesday, February 26 and Thursday, February 28.
Dentists are in demand at Aspen Dental this week. They've posted for their 26 locations Valleywide.
If you have great interpersonal skills, AbilTo is a behavioral healthcare company hiring customer service/sales representatives to work with patients who struggle with depression or life changes. The work is done by telephone or the Internet.
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