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  • Press OperatorManpower(Allentown, Pennsylvania)

    As a Press Operator for our client, your precision skills are critical to the smooth production of its products. You'll be responsible for the machine operation and/or parts production process from set-up through unloading of finished product. Quality control rests on your good judgment and expertise. Your days will be challenging, fast paced and satisfyingly productive. You have the mechanical ap...
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    Posted Fri 15th May

  • CAPA CoordinatorRandstad Pharma(Allentown, Pennsylvania)

    Job Title: CAPA Coordinator Position Description The CAPA Coordinator is a member of the Pharmaceutical R&D Quality and Compliance, Quality Processes Liaisons team. He/she will contribute to the strategic design, implementation and delivery of global compliance to ensure that the programs and functions for Company (and all partners) are in compliance with company standards, Health Authority (HA) g...
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    Posted 3 days ago

  • Territory Sales Manager - NationwideVictaulic(Allentown, Pennsylvania)

    Responsibilities: 1. Development of multi market business in a given territory for all of the company's engineered products and solutions. 2. Conduct regular sales calls on engineering firms, contractors, end users, and other influences as required. 3. Support local Victaulic distributors. 4. Provide complete and accurate documentation of all sales activities to management. 5. Work with sales spec...
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Craft artists, fine artists, painters, sculptors and illustrators, as well as multi-media artists and graphic designers make up the art industry. All artists usually follow their natural talent with a degree or other training program, which gives them credibility when looking for work with a prospective employer or through self-employment. For either method, there are more available talented artists than there is demand for their work, so positions and clientele are highly coveted. Most artists begin working part-time to build their portfolio while still in school or while working at other jobs until they have enough regular work to constitute being a full-time artist.

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