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GA Dept. of Labor helping fill 28 positions

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The Georgia Department of Labor will help Dixie Group recruit to fill 28 jobs Wednesday, April 8, for its plant in Chatsworth.

The company manufactures floor covering for homes and businesses.

The event will be from 9:00am - 12n at the GDOL's Dalton Career Center at 1406 Chattanooga Avenue.

The available jobs are for creelers, tufting machine operators, and menders.

U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations require applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma, or a GED and at least six months of previous experience.

Background checks and drug-screening tests will be done on selected applicants.

Interested applicants can visit any GDOL career center, or visit the GDOL website. Please include the job order number in the search:

  • Creeler (8283510)
  • Tufting machine operator (8283382)
  • Second shift mender (8284321)
  • Third shift mender (8284338)

For additional information about the recruitment event, contact the GDOL's Dalton Career Center at 706-272-2301.

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