Companies hiring this week

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DefaultRGBJob seekers, here is our weekly list of 10 companies that are hiring now. Click on the links below to learn more about the opportunities available at each company.

1. Brightstar Corporation
Industry: Telecommunications
Sample job titles: Master data administrator, administrative assistant, retail analyst

2. Dignity Health
Industry:
Health care
Sample job titles:
Case manager, registered nurse, physical therapist, occupational therapist

3. Healogics
Industry:
Health care
Sample job titles:
Program director, licensed practical nurse, wound care charge nurse, HBO technician, registered nurse

4. Insight Global Inc.
Industry: Information technology
Sample job titles: Entry-level account manager, Java developer, .Net developer, C# developer

5. The Medical University of South Carolina
Industry:
Health care
Sample job titles: Registered nurse

6. Ryder
Industry: Logistics/transportation
Sample job titles: Diesel mechanic, CDL A truck driver, logistics engineer, logistics manager

7. Saia LTL Freight
Industry: Transportation/logistics
Sample job titles: Dockworker, driver, customer service rep., mechanic, sales rep., operations clerk

8. Service Corporation International
Industry: Funeral/cemetery
Sample job titles: Sales professional, outside sales executive

9. UniTek Global Services
Industry: Outsourced infrastructure services
Sample job titles: Alarm installer, cable installer, warehouse manager, tower technician, project manager, QA technician, satellite TV installer

10. Vidant Medical Center
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Registered nurse, staff nurse, systems engineer, supervisor information services, solutions architect

2 Comments
  1. I don’t see a single manufacturing position here….Hmmm.  What are the people that haven’t  had the fortune of obtaining a 4+ year degree to do?  I know…work at McDonald’s, or Walmart.  Hundreds or thousands of 45K-50K jobs closing daily and economy on the rise and ignorant comments like this are getting made on a regular basis attempting to convince people that the economy is improving.  College graduates may have an opening waiting for them because they are starting out and willing to work for lower wages, but what about the experienced, skilled / semi-skilled A.S. set.  They are getting set out to the curb because they have too much tenure, that’s what is happening.  What are they supposed to do support a family on $10-$15.00/hr?  It won’t even pay the mortgage and utilities…

  2. Jobs in the <a href=”http://www.go4sight.com/Practices/Transportation.html”>transportation management system</a> are in high demand, especially with the increase of younger individuals opting to go into different fields. Interesting post.

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