Ifyou have at least 2 years of production experience then this opportunity thatoffers weekly pay , incrediblebenefits , paid training , and lots of opportunitiesfor growth may be perfect for you!
A small, local company thatproduces handcrafted fishing equipment has a full-time , temp-to-hire opening on their close-knitteam for a Assembler on their wrapping team.
This is a great opportunity for youto start a long-term career with a growing company that fosters a positive,team-oriented work environment!
You will be successful in thisassembly role if you have strong attention to detail, great fine motor skills,and take pride in your work.
Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:00pm
Pay: $18/hr. Payday every Friday!
Location: SODO - South Downtown Seattle
If you are interested in this Assembler position, apply now or call 206-###-#### to speak to someone rightaway!
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Hands Assembler is $22,646 per year or $11 per hour. The highest paying Hands Assembler jobs have a salary over $30,000 per year while the lowest paying Hands Assembler jobs pay $17,000 per year
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