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West Coast Staffing

Production Worker



Job Description
PACKERS
Growing company in the city of Vernon has immediate openings for PACKERS for both the day and swing shifts.
Day Shift: 4:00 AM to 3:30 PM (Overtime is paid after 8 hours of work)
Swing Shift: 6:00 PM to 5:30 AM (Overtime is paid after 8 hours of work)
Employees will be assembling aerosol products, checking bar codes, labeling and packaging into corrugated boxes, and sealing boxes with tape. Company is willing to train, as long as the employee can keep up with the production and assembly.
Steel Toe Boots are required, and dress code is Jeans and T-shirts.
Starting pay is $11.00 per hour.
If you are interested, please apply in person at:
West Coast Staffing
1255 S. Atlantic Blvd.
Commerce CA 90040
For more information, feel free to contact us at the office 323-265-2002









About West Coast Staffing
West Coast Staffing was first opened in 2010. We have provided staffing services to a wide array of locations, all throughout California. Through the last few years we have expanded to 4 locations. Our ethics are a critical building block of our business. Our own success is based on adherence to the highest ethical standards; long-term client relationships, the ability to identify top candidates, and the high-quality professional development of WCS professionals protecting the confidentiality and interests of clients and candidates.


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