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 .
If you are good with children and know how to comfort those in need, the Child Crisis Hospital Team might have a job for you. They are looking to hire someone as a youth and family specialist.
TeleTech also has some job openings this week. The company is seeking to hire a customer service representative in Phoenix.
If you love Apple products and love to see the newest trends in technology, apply for a job with Apple ! They are looking to hire a U.S. inventory specialist this week to help customers get the products they need.
If you are good with numbers, then Yelp might have a job for you. Yelp is hiring an account manager this week to provide customer service and work with the company’s finance team.
Looking for an office job? Concentric is looking to hire a front office assistant. The company wants the applicants to have previous experience and be bilingual.
If you love to help others, then apply to be a respite and habilitation caregiver. Affinity Family Care, LLC is looking to fill these positions in Chandler and Gilbert
There is a job opening for a bailiff this week for the Superior Court in Phoenix . Whoever gets the job will perform various legal and clerical duties for the court.
Red Bull Distribution Company is looking to hire a sales trainee in Phoenix. Candidates should have good sales and customer service knowledge.
Have experience working in a restaurant? Seville Golf and Country Club in Gilbert has a server position open. Whoever gets the job will make most of their money through tips.
National Bank of Arizona is looking to hire an advisor assistant this week to help customers with transactions, investment and trust accounts, setting up new accounts, etc.
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