Warehouse $14 An Hour You're Hired Just Apply Ot, Oklahoma City

Published 2021-12-21
Expires 2022-01-21
ID #804067217
Warehouse $14 An Hour You're Hired Just Apply Ot, Oklahoma City
United States, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City,
Published December 21, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Warehouse $14 an hour you're hired just apply ot

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Job Description Taylor Staffing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has an abundance of open job opportunities starting at $14 per hour. We have 80 urgent openings for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift. All positions offer overtime. Taylor Staffing is your partner in your career search, and we can promise that nobody will work harder to ensure you have a terrific experience with our service. Let us do the work for you and set you up with this amazing opportunity. No experience required Please call ahead prior to coming to the office. You may come at ANY time and we are looking forward to meeting you. Bring two forms of ID, and your banking information. Application time takes 15 minutes. 1st shift- 5am - 3:30pm M-Saturday or 6am-4:30pm Monday through Saturday 2nd shift 10:30am-9pm Monday through Friday Weekend shift- 3:30pm-2am Sunday through Friday. This is if you already have a full time job Company Description Taylor Staffing is a full service generalized staffing service specializing in light industrial, manufacturing, and clerical positions in the United States. Our temporary hire periods are shorter than other agencies, and we have many other benefits and much more flexibility than our competition. We look forward to meeting you We also have a medical staffing division specializing in temporary, temporary to hire, and direct hire employment solutions. We have national contracts in place where we work with some the top companies in the nation.

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