We recruit for the following positions:


  • Data Card
  • Production Associate
  • Setup Technicians
  • Shipping and Receiving Associates
  • Inventory Control Clerks
  • Injection Mold Technician
  • Clamp Forklift Drivers and Operators
  • Verifiers
  • Case Packers
  • General Warehouse Associates
  • Forklift Drivers
  • Inventory Auditors and Verifiers
  • Loading and Unloading
  • Assembly
  • Security
  • Limited Construction/General Labor
  • Call Centers
  • Phlobotomy Techs
  • Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA)
  • In-Home Health Care (Sitters)
  • Light Clerical
  • Logistics

Interview Tips

  • Do some research on the business!
  • Go alone.  Do not take children or friends.
  • Practice interviewing with a mirror or friend/family member
  • Greet the employer with a strong handshake
  • Make frequent eye contact
  • Answer questions directly as possible
  • Always ask questions - have some prepared!
  • Smile, be polite, and try to relax

First Impressions

First impressions are everything! That is why it’s always important to pay close attention to: 


  • Dress appropriately
  • Learn as much as you can about the company
  • Extend a firm handshake
  • Smile
  • Have a pleasant demeanor
  • Upbeat energy and good eye contact


Make sure you’re presenting yourself well to everyone involved in the process.​

Contact Us
Main Number: 1-833-822-2008
Main Fax:          1-833-822-2009

Candidates

English and Bilingual Interviews

By Appointment Only

Resumes

Your resume may be used to:


  • Evaluate your education, skills and experience in relation to the position that is open
  • Compare you against your competition
  • Confirm your salary requirements
  • Answer a question about your education, skills or experience
  • Decide if you come back for a second interview
  • Refer you to another department or affiliate for other open positions


Make sure that your resume content catches their attention and conveys why you are a candidate worth interviewing.

Top 5 Resume Tips:

It’s not a confessional, you don’t have to “tell all”.  Stick to what’s relevant and marketable.
Don’t write a list of job descriptions.  Write accomplishments!
Be honest.  You can be creative, but don’t lie.

Remember, the first impression is a lasting one.

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