Help Wanted: Two job openings and a job fair

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting two job openings and a job fair.

1.) Probation and Parole Officer I- McCracken County, KY: You’ll supervise, counsel and direct people on probation or parole. This job requires a college degree and pays between $29,000 and $39,000 per year. To learn more and to apply, click here.

2.) Assisted Living Coordinator- Ashby Place Assisted Living; Benton, KY: You’d be responsible for duties including planning, developing, organizing, implementing and evaluating the facility’s programs and activities. A bachelor’s degree is preferred. The pay is between $32,000 and $42,000 per year. To learn more and to apply, click here.

3.) Continental Tire Job Fair- Mt. Vernon, IL: Pyramid Staffing is continuing their mass hiring for labor placement at Continental Tire. They’re looking for people with previous labor experience in backgrounds similar to construction, industrial, engine/machinery repair, quality assurance and forklift/machinery operators. The main recruiting focus is for Tire Mold cleaners, which requires an ability to work in confined spaces, endure the heat and control a pressurized hose that releases dry ice. All candidates must have a high school diploma. Pay ranges from $10-$15 per hour, and temp-to-hire positions at $15 per hour. Temp-to-hire from Pyramid to client average 3-6 months. The job fair will be held Wednesday January 14 from 10am-2pm at the IDES One Stop in Mt. Vernon. The address is 333 Potomac Blvd., in the Rend Lake Shopping Center. Applications may also be completed at the Pyramid Office at 123 South Tenth Street, Suite 401, Mt. Vernon, IL. It’s highly recommended you register with Illinois Job link. Click here to do so.

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