Blairsville Jobs (PA)

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  • Machinist(Johnstown, Pennsylvania)

    Machinist Carbide Mfg. looking for machinist with or w/o carbide experience: Send resume to 176 Cherry Street Blairsville, Pa 15717 or email
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    Posted Sun 27th September

  • Retail Sales RepresentativesCareersUSA(Johnstown, Pennsylvania)

    CareersUSA, a leader in the staffing industry with over 34 years of experience, has another job opportunity for you: Our client is seeking Retail Sales Representatives to work in Blairsville, Ebensburg, Johnstown and Indiana, PA. Earn $7.25 per hour plus commission at these part-time, temporary positions. Train 1 week Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Schedules vary throughout the week, M...
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    Posted Wed 30th September

  • Retail Merchandiser AlternateHallmark(Johnstown, Pennsylvania)

    Hallmark Field Merchandisers are responsible for maintaining the greeting card departments in all or our wholesale and retail businesses. It’s a job that requires a lot of organization, customer service and initiative. If you’re looking for an out-of-the-cube career and want to play an important role in helping consumers feel connected to what matters most, check out our current merchandising oppo...
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    Posted Thu 1st October

  • Clinical TechCove Prep(Johnstown, Pennsylvania)

    Cove PREP Clinical Technician Cove PREP is a Secure Care facility that provides intensive sexual offender treatment for adolescent males (ages 12-20) who have been adjudicated delinquent. Cove PREP is located on the grounds of Torrance State Hospital, near Blairsville, PA. Cove PREP is currently hiring several Clinical Technicians, and resumes are being accepted at this time. Submit resumes to: dm...
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    Posted Sun 20th September

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Environmental job titles include engineer, protection officer, ecologist, meteorologist, chemist, hydrologist and scientist. A bachelor's degree is usually enough for most entry-level positions, however, higher positions and teaching positions will require a masters or doctorate degree. Job growth for hydrologists specifically will grow much faster than average, as companies are held accountable for their impact on the environment, water, and air contamination. Although the federal government employs many environmental scientists, the most growth will be seen by employment in private companies as staff or as consultants.

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