Brookings Production Workers Needed

Company Name:
Manpower Group
Are you a looking for your next big opportunity, an opportunity that allows for steady work and a great environment where you can excel and actually enjoy going to work? Imagine this: you''re receiving a steady weekly paycheck from a stable, reputable manufacturer. Your pay is worthy of your hard work and you can depend on a full benefits package. If that''s your vision, Manpower has a job opportunity for you. Are you interested? Manpower is currently hiring qualified candidates as Packers for a reputable manufacturing company in Brookings. As a full-time employee for our client, you''ll play an integral role in getting its products out the door. Don''t have experience in production or manufacturing? Not a problem. If you take pleasure in being part of creating something of value, you are dependable and don''t like to miss a day of work and you believe a job well done is the only way to do it, then we are interested in speaking with you! Qualified candidates must possess the following: The ability to pass a background check and drug screen The ability to pass a pre-employment test A high school diploma or equivalent The ability to perform repetitive movements for long periods of time and to lift up to 50 pounds The ability to work rotating shifts. Must be computer literate and flexible in learning new skills If this sounds like you, what are you waiting for? To schedule your interview today, please contact Elizabeth Soukup at . You may also email your resume with contact information to elizabeth. or apply online. You can see it: more challenging work, a more interesting environment and the opportunity to use your finely honed skills to make a real difference. Start your career with Manpower today and be a part of a company that is a leader in workforce solutions!
Title: Brookings Production Workers Needed
Job ID: USA_153680
Location: USA-South Dakota-Brookings
Type: Contract
Postal Code: 57006
Industry: Manufacturing and Production

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