UNION — As many as 16 people who applied for them earlier this week could soon have jobs at a local restaurant.
Pizza Hut held a job recruitment event Wednesday morning at the SCWorks Union office looking to hire delivery drivers, servers, and cooks.
Manager Barbara Bradburn said that approximately 30 people put in applications for the positions and were interviewed by her and Assistant Manager Lisa Brannon. Bradburn said she was pleased with the turnout for the event and that up to 16 of the applicants could soon be hired. She said was also pleased that many of those applicants are able to work flexible hours as required by the positions to be filled.
“We’re planning on hiring at least eight drivers, four servers, and four cooks,” Bradburn said Friday. “I was really surprised at how many people showed up. I was really glad that we got some applicants who could work flexible hours.”
Bradburn said that the restaurant is still taking applications for drivers and that anyone who wants to work as a driver should apply online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pizza hut delivery drivers must be at least 18 years old.
More Recruitment Events
The SCWorks Union office will play host to three more job recruitment events next week.
Resolute Forest Products
On Tuesday, Resolute Forest Products will hold a recruitment event from 10 a.m.-noon. to hire to hire operators positions that pay $15 to $18 an hour.
Applicants for the positions will be required to operate log handling equipment, run the chipper, work with and maintain heavy equipment, and work safely as a team member. They must also have a valid driver’s license and be able to work outside, work at heights, and climb ladders and stairs.
Prior to the event all applicants must register at www.scworks.org and view the job order.
On Wednesday, Kelly Services will hold a recruitment event from 10 a.m.-noon with the goal of hiring production operators.
Applicants will be required to:
• Follow good manufacturing practices to build high quality product in accordance with SOPs. There will be training in SOPs and gowning in SOPs to prevent contamination of product as well as personnel.
• Perform line clearance between batches.
• Cleaning the work area in accordance with SOPs.
• Operate pallet mules and walkies.
• Perform other manufacturing-related duties as directed by the supervisor.
Work hours will be 6 a.m.-6 p.m. or 6 p.m.-6 a.m. — two on, two off.
The positions pay $8.50 an hour.
On Friday, Roper Staffing will hold a job recruitment event from 10 a.m.-noon to hire slitters and support operators. Both positions are temp to hire.
For the slitter position, applicants will be slitting big rolls of fabric and must be able to stand in the same position for long periods of time. While it is preferred that applicants have a high school diploma or GED, it is not required.
The support operator works rotating 8 hour shifts (Week One — 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Week Two — 12-8 a.m.; Week Three — 4 p.m.-12 a.m.). While a high school diploma or GED is preferred, it is not required.
Six months of forklift is desired, but the employer is willing to train.
Applicants will slit rolls of fabric and batch small rolls together to make big rolls. They will be required to stand in the same position for long periods of time and drive a forklift.
Steel toe shoes are required.