Assembly Worker

Job Description:
Description: If you're looking to work in the Automotive Industry then Staffmark has the job for you! Staffmark is hiring Assembly Workers in the Mascot area.
We have partnered with a premier company that is expanding! Production is in full swing and we need YOU! Staffmark works with over 40000 people each week to help them find the job that fits.
In addition Staffmark helped over 15000 temporary employees go permanent at customer locations last year.
Let us help you next! So why pick Staffmark? We offer: Competitive pay with incentives Comprehensive benefits program (medical dental vision 401 (k) and more!) Career advancement opportunities Support from your Staffmark team to help you succeed Can you do an Assembly Workers position that includes? Flexible to work and cross train in various departments Ability to meet daily production Ability to lift up to 38 pounds Must be available to work weekends Must be able to work in a non-climate controlled warehouse Do you have? Attention to detail A desire to work over time An interest in manufacturing For immediate consideration please complete an online application at www.
com today! Then call 865/693-4047 to schedule an interview.
Contact us today to join our team of exceptional people! Requirements: Stand for long periods of time Must be able to work weekends as needed Must be able to pass a drug screen Pay close attention to detail Company Description Staffmark's mission is simple - to be a great partner to our customers, our employees, and the communities we serve.
And since being a great partner means different things to different people, we work hard to understand the unique needs of every person and business we are fortunate enough to connect with.

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