PHOENIX - If you are currently out of the workforce or looking for a new job, there are hundreds of employers looking for workers in the Valley. We found these companies and more on indeed.com, simplyhired.com and jobing.com.
Century Link will be holding hiring fairs on four days in the upcoming weeks. The jobs they're looking to fill are for center sales and service associate and bilingual center sales and service associate. Both positions will include training which begins in February. According to a news release, wages start at $10.50/hour to start with increases every six months until reaching the top of the wage scale. They say top performers can earn over $1,000/month in commissions. The events will be held on Friday, January 31 and Saturday, February 1. Then again Wednesday, February 5 and Thursday, February 6. All hiring fairs will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 20 East Thomas Road in downtown Phoenix. You MUST apply online before attending one of the events at www.centurylink.jobs and bring a copy of your resume. If hired, you'll enjoy benefits such as paid training, health insurance, 401(k), prepaid tuition assistance, vacation and much more.
Another job fair coming up caters to military veterans and their spouses. It is being produced by RecruitMilitary in cooperation with the American Legion and over 300 job seekers are expected to attend. We're giving you plenty of time to prepare as this event will be held Thursday, February 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. According to a news release, some of the companies expected to be attending include USAA, Waste Management, Lockheed Martin, G4S Secure Solutions, Verizon Communications, The Kroger Co. and Bank of America.
A third job fair is being held this week by St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center . It will be held in the auditorium at 1800 East Van Buren Street from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Positions being hired are for registered nurses, psych techs, quality coordinator RN, social services therapist, occupational therapist and activity therapist. You're asked to park in the front parking lot and walk up the ramp to the SLBH main entrance and follow the signs to the SLBH Auditorium. Be sure to bring your resume and professional certifications and/or licenses.
The Bureau of Land Management is hiring for the position of lake park ranger. They've also listed positions that include laborer, survey aid/technician, wildland firefighter and chief division of training and employee development.
Office Depot has at least two openings this week. They're for assistant HR and warehouse associate in Phoenix.
Want to work for city government? The City of Phoenix has a long list of openings ranging from library circulation attendant I, to chief engineering technician, part-time municipal security guard, utility mechanic, building official, city attorney, SharePoint application administrator, IT systems specialist and more.
They're offering great prices and now this grocery company is looking to fill staff positions. Some of the jobs listed by WinCo are for produce clerk, deli clerk, freight stocker, store personnel clerk and cart/container clerk.
Medline Industries is hiring for jobs in Tolleson, Phoenix and Tucson. The jobs are for warehouse supervisor, physician office sales representatives, OPS warehouse operator and director operations/branch manager.
Put your medical know-how to work. Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center has several openings listed including ophthamolic assistant, patient services representatives, registered nurse, medical billing and collections auditor and per diem licensed physician assistants or nurse practitioners.
While Sears held a job fair a week ago, they've still got dozens of openings in a variety of positions. Some samples include automotive service supervisor, inbound customer service representative, assistant store manager, residential appliance repair technician, warehouse, cashier, part-time warehouse associate/merchandiser, store managers-in-training, commissioned sales associate and more.