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Assembly Positions in Jackson, MN

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Manpower
Manpower is currently hiring qualified candidates as production employees for a reputable company in Jackson, MN.
As a full-time employee for our client, youll play an integral role in assembling and testing product for valued customers.This position is for 1st shift, Monday through Friday 5:30 am to 3:00 pm with occasional weekend work.
You will be given competitive salary at $11.50 per and eligible to utilize Manpowers benefit plans.
Dont have experience in manufacturing environments? Not a problem. While previous manufacturing experience is preferred, anyone who is mechanically inclined and can pass a pre-employment assessment will be considered!
If you take pleasure in being part of creating something of value, you are dependable and dont like to miss a day of work and you believe a job well done is the only way to do it, then we are interested in speaking with you!
Qualifications/ Skill and Abilities
High school diploma or equivalent required
The ability to successfully pass a pre-employment assessment is required
The ability to read and comprehend blue-prints and instructions as well as basic math concepts and measuring devices.
The ability to pass a background check and a drug screen is required
Good attendance, demonstrated dependability and a positive attitude
The ability to work in a team-based environment
The ability to stand or sit for long periods of time and to lift up to 50 pounds
If this sounds like you, what are you waiting for?
To schedule your interview today, please contact Elizabeth Soukup at
1-605-361-1560.
You can see it: more challenging work, a more interesting environment and the opportunity to use your finely honed skills to make a real difference. Start your career with Manpower today and be a part of a company that is a leader in workforce solutions!

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