Entry Level CNC Machining

Several jobs available in DeKalb County

ENTRY LEVEL CNC OPERATOR- Have you seen all the job postings for "great paying CNC jobs" and been frustrated by the "experience required" part?! Well, this company wants to TRAIN YOU! They even offer great benefits, 100% tuition reimbursement, and 401K.
So if your new to the workforce or looking for new skills, this could be the job for you! (2nd shift position STARTS MONDAY, April 6th, Auburn) -call/text Tonya asap if interested (260) 416-9854

-QUALITY AUDITOR/ TECH $18+ direct hire 1st and 2nd shifts needed.
Must have experience with calipers, micrometers, and gauges.
Must be detail and follow-up orientated.
Resume required.
Quality certifications/TS 16949 experience strongly preferred (Butler)

Pay based on experience.
90 days to direct hire w/ benefits (Garrett/ mig welding, Butler/ spot welding)

Clean, climate controlled environment.
60, jumps to $10.
20 at 60 days and $10.
95+ (Starts Wednesday, April 8th, Ashley)

-SHIPPING/ RECEIVING- Experienced shipping and receiving clerk needed for an established tool and manufacturing shop in Auburn.
1st shift, GED/ Diploma & valid drivers license required, no felonies in the past 10 years.
Must have a resume (we offer free resume assistance)

- PRODUCTION- variety of great positions on all shifts throughout DeKalb County

- ENTRY LEVEL & EXPERIENCED WAREHOUSE- unloading trucks, stocking shelves, picking, packing, shipping.
1st shift 8am- 5pm+.
$9-12hr to start.

Taking applications for SUMMER HELP now, age 18+
and much Much MUCH MORE!!
Some of these great jobs do not require a diploma, others will consider some felonies all are full time.
We welcome EVERYONE to apply!
Our application is online at www.
LeadersStaffing .
(if you've not already completed one.
Computers in our office available for your use)
Auburn office (260) 927-0501

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