eBay wants to fill 1,200 seasonal positions at Henry County warehouse

wlni-defaultNews release: Adecco Staffing, the nation’s leading provider of recruitment and workforce solutions, is in the process of hiring 1,200 jobs for eBay Enterprise this holiday season at the Ridgeway, Virginia warehouse. The hiring is taking place at a new recruiting center, which will be officially opening on October 22, 2015. Available positions include a wide range of options including full-time, part-time and various shift schedules, which include 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and weekends. Additionally, these are all long-term seasonal opportunities with a possibility of the jobs becoming regular full-time positions. Adecco offers benefits, overtime, and competitive wages.

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Responsibilities for the fulfillment positions include being able to work in a warehouse environment and meet the possible physical demands of the job. While experience is always valued, it is not a requirement. Positions include: picker/packer, preparation, material handler, equipment holder (forklift, cherry picker, tow motor), inventory control, embroider (machine, inspectors, quality assurance), shipping and receiving.

Recruiting Center Location:
3375 Joseph Martin Highway
Ridgeway, VA 24112
(276) 956-0774
Recruiting center hours are 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday

“We are very excited to open this new recruiting location,” said Tim Gates, senior regional vice president with Adecco. “Over the past few years, we’ve prided ourselves in helping members of the local community find employment and this office will make it even easier to connect people with great jobs. We have 1,200 openings immediately available, so anyone who is interested should come to the Open House and apply. This location represents our second recruiting center in Martinsville with our other site still located on Hollie Drive.”
To learn more about these positions and Adecco Staffing, please visit www.AdeccoUSA.com/WorkNow or call 844.8ADECCO.

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