The coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of things, but one thing is certain: Plenty of Cincinnati companies are currently hiring. Here are some updates for people job hunting during coronavirus.
Where the Jobs Are
Right now, many area manufacturers are hiring for dozens of jobs. In fact, if you are job hunting during coronavirus, don’t be discouraged. We have 120 active openings to fill.
Positions with local manufacturing companies include:
- Entry-level general laborers
For many of these jobs, companies are willing to train new workers, so experience in that particular job isn’t always necessary.
If you do have skills in this area, there are opportunities for you, too. Reach truck and forklift operators are in demand for first and second shifts, and weekend jobs, too. Skilled machine operating positions are also available for those with prior machine operating experience (such as set up, tear down and change over). If you have experience in maintaining machinery, we have a first-shift maintenance technician job to fill currently that pays $25 an hour.
You don’t have to travel far, either. These open positions are all local, mainly in Butler County. A few openings are located in Warren County.
Clerical and Office Jobs
Another hiring hot spot right now is with financial institutions, including the banking industry. In this area, we are looking for entry-level clerical candidates as well as people with cashier experience and customer service skills.
Call centers are also hiring right now. These positions do require prior inbound and outbound calling experience. These companies prefer applicants who can show a consistent previous work history.
Job Hunting During Coronavirus?
Make plans to start your search at Staffanation. Our placement specialists get to know job candidates and their individual skills. Many open positions right now are temp-to-hire, meaning that you could qualify for a permanent, stable job after working in a new job for a short period of time. Paid overtime is also offered for many available jobs: The more you work, the more you earn.
If you don’t have a high school diploma or GED, don’t put off job hunting during coronavirus. Many of our open positions don’t require them.
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