Help Wanted: Telecommunicator, HR manager among openings this week

In this week’s Help Wanted, a variety of job openings, from emergency services, to human resources, to retail.

1.) Telecommunicator; City Of Paducah: This is a full-time position, making $12.76 an hour. You’d be responsible for dispatching police and fire crews, among other duties. Typing skills are key for this job. To learn more and to apply, click here.

2.) Human Resources Manager; NewPage Paper Mill; Wickliffe, KY: This is a full time position with benefits. You need a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven years experience with three years minimum supervisory experience. Labor relations experience in a union environment is preferred. Click here to learn more and to apply.

3.) Janitor; Illinois Department of Central Management Services; Jackson County, IL: This position is full time with benefits, including pension. You would primarily work out of the Illinois Department of Transportation District 8 Headquarters in Carbondale. The pay is between $4,300 and $5,800 per month. This job does require travel to other CMS operated facilities in the central and southern region, as needed. Click here to learn more and to apply.

4.) Part Time Seasonal Sellebrity, Selling or Logistic Sellebrity; Old Navy-Kentucky Oaks Mall; Paducah, KY: The General Manager of Old Navy says they currently have 25 part time seasonal openings. To apply, click here.

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