Help Wanted: Job Openings in four Local 6 states

There are job openings in multiple cities across the Local 6 region in this week’s Help Wanted.

1.) Entry Level Operator- Agri-Port Terminal; Eddyville, KY: This is a part time position that could lead to a full time position. You need to be able to operate front end loaders and forklifts, perform routine and non-routine repairs and maintenance to terminal equipment and operate computerized equipment. A high school diploma and two to five years operating experience is required. Applying in person is preferred. The address is: Agri-Port Terminal, 1127 Port Authority Road, Eddyville, KY 42038. You may also fax or email at: 270-388-2686, ATTN: Jerry Tinsley; jtinsley@agriportky.com.

2.) General Manager- Visionworks; Cape Girardeau, MO: To see more information and to apply, click here.

3.) State Registered Nurse Aides- Calvert City Convalescent Center, Inc.; Calvert City, KY: There are job openings for most shifts. They say they have competitive wages. They prefer applicants apply in person, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The address is: Calvert City Convalescent Center Inc., 1201 Fifth Avenue, Calvert City, KY 42029.

4.) Correctional Sergeant- Shawnee Correctional Center; Johnson County, IL: To learn more and to apply click here.

5.) Correctional Officer- Northwest Correctional Complex; Lake County, TN: To learn more and to apply click here.

If there’s a job opening you want others to know about, email me at jhorbelt@wpsdlocal6.com.

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