Misfits Market is hiring 100 production associates to work in hourly positions in their Pennsauken, New Jersey warehouse in order to meet increased demands. Production associates will earn $13 to $16 an hour and will be provided free lunch by the company. Responsibilities include box assembly, produce picking, product inspection, and box sealing and arrangement in preparation for delivery. Apply here
GoPuff, the Philadelphia-based delivery service, is hiring drivers across many of the cities where they operate. They are also offering financial assistance to any of their employees or drivers who become infected with coronavirus. Apply here
Jet Pizza is hiring delivery drivers in 20 states nationwide, including Pennsylvania. The company says drivers make $13 to $16 an hour, depending on tips and mileage. Find information here.
Walmart has announced that it intends to hire 150,000 new employees, which is about a ten percent bump in their overall workforce. They’re speeding up the hiring process from about two weeks to as little as 24 hours. Find local listings here.
Domino’s has announced they will hire 700 new employees to staff stores in the Philadelphia region. Find local listings here.
CVS Health announced on Monday that they’ll hire 50,000 new employees nationally, including store clerks and delivery drivers for their rapidly expanding home delivery network. Find local listings here.
Walgreens has also announced that they’re looking to hire 9,500 new employees nationally. These jobs are primarily customer service associates, pharmacy technicians and shift leads. Find local listings here.
Amazon is adding 100,000 full and part-time positions in fulfillment centers and delivery networks across the country. According to their announcement, they will be paying an additional $2 an hour on top of their base rate of $15 an hour for all hours worked through April. Find openings here.
A few Philly restaurants are hiking their minimum wage to $15/hour, even though the rest of the city and state are not. Some folks say it's the difference between a job and career. What do you think the minimum wage should be?
FedEx Ground is hiring part- and full-time to load and unload packages in a fast-paced warehouse environment.
Location: Northampton, #Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia, PA - Performance Foodservice is hosting a Virtual Hiring Event - for Drivers & Warehouse Selectors on Friday, May 14, from 11:30a - 4:30.
Performance Foodservice Job Opportunities Include**:
Night Warehouse Order Selector - $20.50 / hour, Full-time
CDL Class A Delivery Driver - $26.00 / hour, Full-time
CDL Class A Delivery Driver - Trainee - $22.00 / hour, Full-time
After signing up, you will be sent an email with instructions on how to connect.
Please be prepared to join the virtual interview from a quiet place using a desktop or mobile device with a working speaker, microphone, and camera.
Check to see if your network connection can support an online session. A plugged in ethernet cable or a strong WiFi network signal will help avoid time delays during your conversation.
Hi, Im on UC in PA n i hit my BYE date 4/3/21 so since ive been working some i had to re-file my claim which i did and received my financial determination letter sayin accepted. So i missed 2 weeks of payments that i certified for on time while app being reviewed this past weekend i went to file my biweekly and it asked me to recertify for those 2 weeks i missed so they were both accepted along with last week and that made 3 weeks claimed. Now payday came and past with no money deposited and no information regarding any payments on my accounts Payments History i dont understand what’s going on u cant talk to a human ever at UC I dont see why I haven’t received $ since they accepted my claim dont make sense does anyone know what could be goin on or lmk what you’ve done with this problem if u had it #unemployment #pennsylvania #benefits #claim #help #UNEMPLOYMENT #PAUC #PENNSYLVANIAUNEMPLOYMENT #UCnotPaying #advice
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Join the DiversityX hiring event on Wednesday May 19, 2021 from 11 AM - 1 PM EST! Click here to watch an event walkthrough 🎉 On average, there are 30 - 40 employers available per event! Don't miss your time to shine.
McDonald’s restaurants across the Lexington, KY region are planning to hire 560 new employees beginning in the month of April.
This comes as part of a collaborative effort between McDonald’s restaurants in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Eastern Tennessee and Western Pennsylvania to hire nearly 10,000 workers in total!!
Why work there?
Working at McDonald's offers YOU a chance to learn transferable soft skills such as teamwork, customer service, accountability, and communication in a safe and respectful environment.
Worried about COVID?
McDonald’s restaurants have also implemented nearly 50 COVID-19 safety procedures to protect crew and customers. These include wellness and temperature checks, social distancing floor stickers, protective barriers at order points and more.
How to apply
Job seekers can visit the working at McDonald's page here on Jobcase to learn more, OR text the word “APPLY” to 36453 to get started.
Altoona, PA - Meet with US Foods hiring managers during the US Foods Hiring Event on Wednesday, March 3, from 12p - 5p, (EST).
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Pittston, PA - US Foods is hiring for Delivery Truck Driver roles! 10K sign-on bonus for CDL A Drivers and Our Top Performers can make over 100K!
US Foods Hiring Event Information:
Job Opportunities Include:
Why You Should Attend:
At US Foods, we’re committed to our mission of GREAT FOOD. MADE EASY™ -- providing food products that keep operators ahead of customer demand and services that help them run their operations.
Great drivers are crucial to the US Foods® team and one of the important faces of our organization. On and off the road, our drivers strive for integrity and reliability, while building trusting relationships with customers.
At the foundation of those efforts are our cultural beliefs, the pillars that define our work ethic, collaborative spirit and service. Together we help our customers make it, but we also believe in helping our drivers make it!
US Foods is committed to compensation and benefits that respect and reward our employees for their dedication and hard work.
Offers will be made on the spot!