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Paducah Jobs

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From Dec. 19 to Wednesday, the Kentucky Career Centers added more than 50 jobs to its database for regional employers, bringing the total to 380 open job orders. The added jobs are listed below (Paducah unless noted otherwise):

 

Sr. Reliability Engineer in Metropolis, Pharmacy Assoc., PT- Teller, Dietary Cook in Clinton, Diner Attendant in Metropolis, Administrative Assistant, Seasonal Elevator Worker, Warehouse Associate I- Night Shift, Physical Therapist, Teller Coordinator 1, Pricing/Signage Coord. in Mayfield, Account Dev. Exec. in Metropolis, Direct Support Staff in Wingo, Direct Sales Rep., Bio Compliance Service Coord. in Hickory, Customer Account Rep. in Mayfield, PT - Unload Associate, Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric) in Mayfield, Manager Trainee in Benton, Management in Benton, Calvert City, Metropolis, & Paducah, Restaurant Crew in Mayfield, Metropolis, & Paducah, Licensed Practical Nurse, Residential Manager in Wingo, Certified Nurse Aide in Bardwell, Cosmetic Sales Consultant, Store Manager, Non-CDL Driver, Facility Service Assoc., Postmaster Relief in Farmington, Rural Carrier Assoc. in Boaz, PM Relief/Replacement in Lovelaceville, Human Resources Specialist.

 

For more details, or to learn how to apply for the jobs listed visit https://focuscareer.ky.gov/career or contact the Paducah Career Center at 270-575-7000.

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