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Oil Dri sets job fair to fill several openings

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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Oil Dri Corporation of Georgia is looking to fill a number of jobs at its facility in Ochlocknee, in Thomas County.

They are holding a job fair Wednesday, April 19, from 8-11 a.m., at the company’s facility located at 28990 Georgia Highway 3 North. GDOL personnel will be on site to assist the job seekers.

The company is recruiting maintenance technicians, maintenance mechanics, and industrial electricians, as well as apprentice workers. All applicants must be at least 18 years old.

Technicians, mechanics, and electricians must have at least three years of experience in their field within the last five years. 

Apprentice applicants must have a diploma or associate degree in an industrial maintenance field and at least one year of work experience. Before being hired, selected applicants must complete written and hands-on assessments.

Salaries range from $12.10 an hour for the production workers to $23.15 an hour for industrial electricians.

Visit www.employgeorgia.com to create an account and upload or create a resume.

You. can expedite the hiring process by completing a company application at the GDOL’s Thomasville Career Center located at 403 North Broad Street.

The telephone number is (229) 225-4033. Pre-screened applicants may be contacted for on-site testing on the day of the job fair.

To learn more about Oil Dri, an Equal Opportunity Employer, visit their website.

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