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One of the many benefits of working in the light industrial or labor field is the laidback work environment where you can dress comfortably, act like yourself, and not have to worry about fitting into a corporate culture. Unfortunately, many job candidates assume that freedom extends to the job interview itself. This usually doesn’t go… Read more »

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There are plenty of CNC Machinists looking for work, and it can be difficult to decide which is the best candidate. We’ve found that, along with proper training and experience, there are three things you should look for when selecting your next CNC Machinist. Mechanical Ability You might think anyone who understands software will be… Read more »

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Chances are, most of your company’s vacation time is taken during the summer. No matter how much you encourage your employees to space their time out, the thought of taking two weeks off in the middle of February just doesn’t appeal to most people. That can make the summer months particularly difficult, as many companies… Read more »

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Most of us look forward to summer all year long, but if you’re looking for a job, summer can be a disheartening time of year. Many industries experience a slow period during summer months, as consumers are spending more time outside and less time in stores. Additionally, as students return home and start looking for… Read more »

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Not every resume is created equal, and you shouldn’t design your resume the same way someone looking for a desk job would. Light industrial work requires special skills and unique experience. When you design your resume, you need to highlight those so a perspective employee can see — at a quick glance — that you’re… Read more »

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Every industry has its ups and downs throughout the year. For light industrial companies, that can mean making some hard choices. Do you bulk up your staff to be ready for those spike times? Or keep a steady level throughout the year and pile on the overtime during busy months? Both are costly solutions, and… Read more »

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Position: Construction Jobs! Industry: Construction Location: Tulsa Pay: Based on position, skills and level of experience Description: All Positions: Demolition Workers, Construction Labor, Framers, Drywall workers, Painters, and Cable Pullers.Skilled Trades: Masonry, Carpenters, Electricians, Plumbers and Welders. Requirements: Previous Construction experience preferred. Must be Safety minded; able to work independently as well as take directions and… Read more »

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Position: Banquet Servers, Wait Staff, Bartenders, Barbacks, Dishwashers Industry: Food & Beverage Location: Tulsa Pay: $8 to $10hr plus tips; depending on experience & position Description: Hospitality / Food & Beverage positions Requirements: SERVER AND BARTENDER POSITIONS require that you wear your own: Black pants, black belt, black shoes & black socks. We provide white tuxedo shirt.  Bartenders must have State required Liquor Service… Read more »

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Position: Demolition Workers Industry: Construction Location: Tulsa and Oklahoma City Pay: $10hr Description: Demolition Workers & Construction Laborers Requirements: Physically able to lift up to 75lbs and work outdoors a full 8 hour shift.  Safety oriented and able to work as a team member on construction site.

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Position: CNC Operator / Machinist Industry: Manufacturing & Machinery Location: Tulsa, OK Pay range: $8.00-$18.00/hr. Description Plans machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials, specifications, orthographic drawings, reference planes, locations of surfaces, and machining parameters; interpreting geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T). Programs mills and lathes by entering instructions, setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and… Read more »