FLINT, Mich. – Hundreds of people lined up to apply for 75 open jobs Tuesday in Flint. 200 of them lined up an hour before the doors even opened. CNC Jobs is the name of the company and get this, they plan on providing transportation for their workers. The manufacturing company would deploy buses out into the community which would pick up and take workers to the job site.Read More
CNC Jobs put out the urgent notice. It says the positions are at a Tier I Defense manufacturing facility. The openings have a minimum starting wage of $12.00 and up and include several talent levels. The job fair will be held Tuesday afternoon. It's from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Dort Federal Event Center on Lapeer Road in Flint.
The company will offer free transportation from Flint to the job site in Lapeer County.Read More
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We can assist employers with both staffing requirements and/or direct hire recruitment. We offer payroll services, drug screening and background checking.
IMTS expert job partners from CNC Jobs hosted the first-ever Job Center. Manufacturing professionals were able to search available jobs and post resumes. Employers had the opportunity to post open positions. "It was a huge success. We averaged almost 20 new companies each day posting openings that resulted in several hundred opportunities at every level from CNC operator to president of a company," said CNC Jobs Director Bob Lawson. On the applicant side, the Job Center attracted almost 75 candidates each day and will continue to make matches post-IMTS.Read More