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Hot Jobs: Jan. 8, 2013

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

Location Alice, Texas
Job Number 2677177
Title  Route Driver
Salary $16.00 Hour, Depending on Experience
Qualifications Three (3) to seven (7) years prior experience as a truck driver of heavy and tractor-trailer equipment required.  Must be at least 21 years of age or older due to state regulations.  Must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED).  Valid Class A - Commercial driver's license with a Hazardous Material (H) endorsement required.  Candidate must possess a valid Medical Examiners Certificate and a safe driving record.  Driver must be able to comply with all local, state and federal transportation regulations, company policies and be able to communicate professionally with customers and dispatch on a regular basis.  Must be able to routinely perform repetitive lifting, pushing and pulling of items that weigh up to 30 pounds as part of the daily delivery route.  Must be able to work in all weather conditions including extreme hot or cold and wet or dry conditions.  Candidate must be available to work full-time Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm and some weekends.   
   
Location Refugio, Texas
Job Number 4904097
Title  Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)
Salary $18.00 - $20.00 Hour, Depending on Experience +Benefits
Qualifications Current License or Certification from a two (2) year college, technical or vocational school as a Vocational Nurse required.  Must be able to type 35 words per minute.  Basic computer skills required to include email, internet browser and word processing software as well as the use of a data entry terminal and personal computers.  Must be fluent in English (good) and Spanish (fair).  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license required.   
   
Location Corpus Christi, Texas
Job Number 8212425
Title  Commercial Restaurant Equipment Repair Technician
Salary $15.00 -  $18.50 Hour, Depending on Experience +Benefits
Qualifications Five (5) years prior experience in or around grocery stores and restaurants repairing commercial and/or industrial equipment required.  Must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED).  Candidate must be able to perform electrical (3 Phase) or mechanical troubleshooting, basic copper plumbing soldering and be proficient in the use of wiring/electrical schematics.  Experience on Tortillerias and arc welding a plus but not required.  Must be able to pass drug, background and driving checks.   
   
Location Kingsville, Texas
Job Number 8185556
Title  Upper Bay Sales and Service Technician
Salary $12.00 Hour, Depending on Experience, +Benefits
Qualifications Six (6) months experience in customer service and sales required.  Quick lube experience preferred but not required.  Candidate must be able to provide information in response to inquiries about products and services.   Valid Class C-Standard Driver's License required.   
   
Location Portland, Texas
Job Number 4867275
Title  Tech Installer / Communication Tower Climber
Salary $12.00 Hour, Depending on Experience  
Qualifications One (1) year prior experience installing and/or repairing telecommunications equipment, except line installation, required.  Must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED). Tech Installer must be able to install wireless internet equipment at residences and commercial locations, handle a 28 ft. ladder, run cat5 cable and do network/computer troubleshooting.   Communication tower climber must have basic climbing experience, be able to raise communication dishes and cable.

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 3News at 5 p.m.

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