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Hot Jobs: Nov. 27, 2012

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This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.

Location Kingsville, Texas
Job Number 3154129
Title  Assistant Fuel Site Manager
Salary $40,000.00 - $50,000.00 Year
Qualifications High School Diploma / GED required. Have a minimum of five years of experience in petroleum storage and distribution operations, ground fuel services, fuel systems maintenance for military aircraft and ships, offloading tankers, fuel testing and maintenance/repair of fuel handling equipment and facilities.  At least two years within the last five years of experience must have been as a supervisor or manager with profit loss or budgetary responsibilities. Responsible for working closely with the Project Manager regarding site operation, and maintenance distribution systems facilities including mobile (ground) fuel servicing equipment and automated service station facilities.
   
Location Ingleside, Texas
Job Number 3867597
Title  Commercial Painter
Salary $12.00 - $15.00 Hour  
Qualifications Five years or more experience in Interior Painting, Tape & Float required. To be Considered: Pass Pre-Employment Drug Test and Physical. Must have Reliable Transportation.
   
Location Corpus Christi, Texas
Job Number 2676480
Title  Service Tech
Salary $16.00 - $22.00 Hour /  Depends on Verifiable Experience + Company Benefits
Qualifications High School Diploma / GED required.  Must have valid Texas Driver's License prior to hire. Two years of Electrical or Electronics repair experience required.  Three to five years related experience preferred.  Must be 25 years or older due to company insurance requirements. Lifting requirements 25 lbs to a maximum of 50 lbs. Requires two years of trade school or equivalent in-field experience. Understanding controllers, low voltage control circuits and three-phase power. Ability to read and understand electrical diagrams. Neat and clean in appearance and possess an excellent driving record. Must be able to pass background check. Drug Screening upon hire. Results may make ineligible for hire.
   
Location Corpus Christi, Texas
Job Number 3155090
Title  Cadet Corrections
Salary $12.00 Hour - Depending on Experience
Qualifications High School Diploma / GED required. Citizen or resident alien of US. Minimum age 18 required due to federal regulations. Satisfactory criminal background check. Must take a Law Enforcement Civil Service Exam. Applicants must provide proof of highest level of education and/or licenses/certifications, such as diplomas, transcripts, and certifications. Candidates for employment may be required to submit urinalysis testing and a criminal background check prior to a formal offer of employment. Required to serve 6-month probationary period if hired.
   
Location Corpus Christi, Texas
Job Number 6221647
Title  Administrative Assistant
Salary $15.00 Hour
Qualifications High School Diploma / GED required. Two years Executive Secretary or Administrative Assistant experience required. Answers and screens telephone calls in a professional and timely manner; takes accurate messages with a high degree of professionalism and courtesy; arranges conference calls. Distributes daily internal/external mail and overnight packages; sends and distributes faxes. Composes, types, and distributes professional correspondence and memoranda, E-mails and faxes, using individual initiative and as assigned. Prints files and distributes daily mud reports as needed.

To learn more about these jobs call Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend at 888-860-JOBS.

Hot Jobs is a segment that is found every Tuesday, on 3 News at 5 p.m.

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