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Job Fairs Across The Upstate on Wednesday

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Job fairs Wednesday for manufacturing jobs in Simpsonville and Easley. Job fairs Wednesday for manufacturing jobs in Simpsonville and Easley.
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Several job fairs are going on around the Upstate on Wednesday.  

Simpsonville and Easley

Phillips Staffing is hiring for 70 jobs in Simpsonville and 50 to 65 in Easley.  The job fair runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  The agency says pay is from $8 to $13 depending on the level of experience. 

Positions available: Welders – MIG exp., Material Handlers with SAP, Assembly and Production, Forklift – RF scanner and SAP a plus, Machine Operators, Mechanics – Automotive and Electronics experience.

Apply in person at Phillips Staffing 1115 N.E. Main Street, Suite C, Simpsonville, SC 29681 or 700 South Pendleton Street, Easley, SC 29640.

Simpsonville

Another staffing business is hosting a manufacturing job fair Wednesday.  Spherion Staffing is looking to recruit and fill 25 positions, but say they would like to recruit and field as many people as possible to find the right candidates. The agency says those who apply will also be considered in the applicant pool for future jobs.

The job fair will be held at the Goodwill Job Connection, 915 South Street, Simpsonville, SC 29681 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

Positions available: Packing, Palletizing, Forklift/material handling and Sanitation.  One to two years of recent experience is required for the forklift positions.  Spherion also says applicants should be able to stand for long period of time and be able to work a flexible schedule.  Spanish speaking skills are a plus.  Drug and background checks are a requirement.

Spartanburg

The Charles Lea Center in Spartanburg County is seeking workers to fill dozens of positions in their group homes.  Their job fair is Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 195 Burdette Street, Spartanburg, SC.   The center is hiring for full and part-time positions as caregivers, LPNS, and management.  One year job experience is preferred, but not required.  Hiring managers say 2nd and 3rd shift as well as weekend work is available.  

Here is what you need have prepared when you attend the job fair:

Come dressed and prepared for an onsite interview.

High School diploma/GED certificate and a valid Social Security card.

Valid driver’s license.

The organization says they conduct drug and background checks.   For liability reasons children are not allowed to attend this event. 

You can still apply for job at the BMW plant: MAU Hires For 400 BMW Jobs At Monday Job Fair



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