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Hot Jobs: Oct. 29, 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 3202613
Title  Assistant Operator
Salary $16.00 Hour  
Qualifications One (1) year prior oil field experience and one (1) year of college, technical or vocational school education required.  Candidate must possess Microsoft Knowledge.  Must be able to operate equipment, complete daily reports, follow directions, work safely at all times and complete any training when asked by Management.  Candidate must be able to work outside in all weather conditions and be mechanically inclined.  Must be available to work a rotating schedule of 12-hour shifts; two (2) weeks on, one (1) week off.  Candidates can expect an average of 91 hours per week.
   
Location Refugio, Texas
Job Number 6914846
Title  Operator
Salary $15.00 Hour +Benefits
Qualifications No prior experience necessary; employer willing to train.  Must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED).  Prior customer service experience preferred but not required.  Must be able to work 12-hour shifts with the potential for a rotating schedule.  Employer conducts a background check and drug screening.  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license and satisfactory driving record required.   
   
Location Corpus Christi , Texas
Job Number 6267580
Title  Lawn Tractor Operator
Salary $14.00 Hour, Depending on Experience
Qualifications At least one (1) month prior experience in landscaping, grounds keeping, agricultural equipment operation, and/or operating industrial trucks/tractors required.  Candidate must be able to operate a KUBOTA tractor (or similar equipment) with a 15-foot bat wing cutter.  Must be available to work Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; hours to be arranged with employer.  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license required.   
   
Location Bishop, Texas
Job Number 2685769
Title  Millwright
Salary $25.00 - $28.00 Hour, Depending on Experience & NCCER Testing Results
Qualifications Three (3) years prior experience as an industrial machinery mechanic and/or a millwright required.  Candidate must be able to install, maintain, dismantle and overhaul machinery such as mechanical equipment, pumps, compressors and turbines as needed.  Knowledge of rotating equipment a plus but not required.  Drug screening and background check will be conducted by employer.  National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) testing required.  Must be available to work ten (10) hour shifts Monday through Thursday. Valid I-9 documentation required.   
   
Location Ingleside, Texas
Job Number 6257823
Title  Structural Fitter
Salary Starts at $26.00 Hour, Depending on Experience
Qualifications Four (4) years prior experience as a Pipe Fitter required.  Must possess three (3) or more years of college, technical or vocational school education.  Valid National Center for Construction Education and Research Certification.  Must be able to pass a basic pre-screening structural fitting test to be considered for employment.  Qualified applicants must then be able to pass a practical test.   

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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