Janitor: 1st Shift: 6am – 2:30pm, $12.50/ hour. Submit your resume here
Packer: 3rd shift: 6pm – 6am, $15/ hour. Submit your resume here
Production Worker: 1st shift: 7am – 3pm, $13 – $14/hour (depending upon skill set, experience and interview). Submit your resume here
Sit-down Forklift: 2nd shift: 3pm – 1pm, $15 – $17/hour (depending upon skill set, experience and interview). Submit your resume here
Immediate packing positions available on all shifts! Monday – Friday. Packing cookies, warehouse work. Must have steel toed work boots. Refer a friend – many openings! Pay rate $12 – $12.50/hour. Submit your resume here
Solderers (All Levels)
Performs any combination of following duties in assembly of electronic components onto printed circuit boards according to specifications, using hand tools: Reads worksheets and wiring diagrams, receives verbal instructions, or follows sample board to determine assembly duties, and selects components, such as transistors, resistors, relays, capacitors, and integrated circuits. Press-fits component leads onto board. Twists, bends, trims, strips, or files wire leads of components or reams holes in boards to insert wire leads, using hand tools. Crimps wire leads on underside of board, using hand tools or press. Applies sealer or masking compound to selected parts of board to protect parts from effects of wave solder process. Solders wire leads and joints on underside of board, using soldering iron, to route and connect lead wires to board and between individual components. Installs heat sinks, sockets, faceplates, and accessories on boards, using hand tools. May be designated according to unit installed as Socket Assembler or stage of production as Post-Wave Assembler; Pre-Wave Assembler. May assist other workers in wave-soldering PCB’s. Compensation and Hours: Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 2:30pm, $12.00 – $13.00/hour; occasional overtime on the weekends. Submit your resume here
Position is looking to start immediately! Job Tasks & Responsibilities: Responsible for assembly, wiring and testing of conveyance equipment. Perform tasks on a variety of wires and multi-conductor cables such as cutting, sleeving, terminating, soldering, crimping. and labeling. Install electrical wiring and assemble components in conveyor equipment according to blueprints. Perform trouble-shooting tasks as required. Cut and route wires to various circuits. Use correct hand/power tools typical in the manufacturing of conveyance equipment. Arrange work area and strategize layout accordingly to insure an expedited assembly process. Testing of components and assemblies, as well as self-monitoring work to maintain quality standards. Work independently and within a team environment. Must be able to effectively communicate and follow detailed instructions. Confer with supervisory or engineering personnel to exchange information. Use of overhead crane, forklift and pallet jack. Compensation and hours: Monday – Friday 6:00 a.m. – 2: 30 p.m., $15 – $19/hour; depending upon skill set, experience and interview. This position is a long term position and requires a resume. Submit your resume here
Assemble conveyors and conveying equipment for the baking industry using fabricated products and a variety of tools and equipment while ensuring all parts are fitted correctly and the final product is per print. Verify fabricated components for assembly against bill of materials and prints to validate parts provided are accurate and complete. Assemble using correct hand/power tools typical in the manufacturing of conveyance equipment. Assemble referring to Solidworks drawings. Work independently and within a team environment. Fit and assemble parts to make assemblies. Arrange work area and strategize layout accordingly to ensure an expedited assembly process. Must be able to communicate and follow detailed instructions. Confer with supervisory or engineering personnel to exchange information. Use of overhead crane, forklift, and pallet jack. Follow all safety rules and maintain a clean work environment. Follow all company rules per employee handbook. Compensation and hours: Monday – Friday 6:00 a.m – 2:30 p.m., $15.00/hour. Submit your resume here
3rd Shift Supervisor – Warehouse
Housekeeping – At the beginning of each shift, employees will receive their aisle assignments. Supervisors will be responsible for ensuring all assignments are complete and meet client expectations. Trailer and Work Assignments – Supervisors are responsible for properly spotting trailers. Inbound Put-away – Hourly employees are responsible for bay-locating freight geographically. In turn, the Supervisors are responsible for ensuring this process is adhered to. Supervisors must check all completed inbound checklist to ensure procedures are followed. Outbound Process –outbound loads must be inspected by a Supervisor/Lead and accompanied by a load quality form. Accountability – All employee issues/disciplinary action must be addressed immediately. Supervisors will be responsible for these actions. In addition, all issues must be reported to the Facility/Operations Managers. Supervisor/Lead-Man Presence on the Dock – Supervisors are responsible for the actions/productivity of their Lead FLO’s. The main responsibility of the lead-dock man is to monitor employee production, safety, and availability to assist dock employees. In the same respect, Supervisors must monitor the dock on a regular basis. This includes walking/inspecting all areas of the operation. Employee Training – All employees are to be trained in all aspects of the job (inbound, outbound, inventory, etc.). Supervisors are responsible for insuring every employee is capable of every job function. Compensation and hours: Varying hours between 4pm – 4:30am, Thursday – Sunday; must be able to train on 1st shift (7am – 3:30pm, $15.25/hour. Submit your resume here
Sesame prides itself on personally interviewing each applicant who applies for a job with us. We perform a one-on-one interview so we get to know you personally and then we’re able to match your skills and personality with the right company.
Our Clerical/Professional division schedules times for their interviews. Interested applicants should call 717-757-4800 to schedule a convenient time to come in and talk to one of our Certified Staffing Professionals.
Light Industrial Job applicants are welcome to come in and register Monday thru Friday from 9:00am – 2:30pm.
You will need to bring a valid State Picture ID or Driver’s License and Social Security card at time of application.
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