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Rathole Tech
Noble Casing, Inc.Williston, ND
Type A: Includes but not limited to, DWI, DUI, OUI, refusing a substance test and charges of reckless driving, manslaughter, hit & run, eluding police, any felony, drag racing, having or driving with a suspended license.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Casing Team Leader
Noble Casing, Inc.Williston, ND
Communicates any Directions given by District Manager/Field Supervisor/Company Man
Last updated 30+ days ago
Rack Pusher I
Noble Casing, Inc.Williston, ND
A Rack Pusher reports to the District Manager.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Crew Pusher - OKC
Noble Casing, Inc.Oklahoma City, OK
Ultimately responsible for all aspects of job performance, quality and customer satisfaction.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Casing Tech I
Noble Casing, Inc.Cheyenne, WY
Requiring Driver Exclusions: One or more Type A Violation(s) in a 60 month period Two or more Type B Violation(s) in a 36 month period Three or more Type C Violation(s) in a 36 month period One Type B and two Type C Violations in a 36 month period Type of Violations Defined: Type A: Includes but not limited to, DWI, DUI, OUI, refusing a substance test and charges of reckless driving, manslaughter, hit & run, eluding police, any felony, drag racing, having or driving with a suspended license.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Casing Tech I
Noble Casing, Inc.Oklahoma City, OK
Requiring Driver Exclusions: One or more Type A Violation(s) in a 60 month period Two or more Type B Violation(s) in a 36 month period Three or more Type C Violation(s) in a 36 month period One Type B and two Type C Violations in a 36 month period Type of Violations Defined: Type A: Includes but not limited to, DWI, DUI, OUI, refusing a substance test and charges of reckless driving, manslaughter, hit & run, eluding police, any felony, drag racing, having or driving with a suspended license.
Last updated 30+ days ago
FT Warehouse Package Handler I / Yr Tuition Assistance
FedEx Ground PH USOklahoma City, OK
Employee networks, and diversity, equity and inclusion programs available for all employees.
Full-time/part-time
Last updated 5 days ago
General Repair Worker I - Full Time - Evenings
Regional Health SystemNorman, OK
We strive to recruit and retain healers who embody our spirit of customer service and who represent Norman Regional’s five core values: Integrity, Communications, Attitude, Results and Engagement or ICARE. This is a special place to work.
Full-time
Last updated 13 hours ago
Med Tech I - Evening / Weekend Shift
Quest DiagnosticEdmond, OK
Should possess base knowledge associated with testing within Hematology, Chemistry, Coagulation and Blood Bank. A successful candidate should possess or be eligible for national certification as an MT/MLT from a recognized organization (ASCP or AMT).
Last updated 13 hours ago
Tech Analyst
OU Health PartnersOklahoma City, OK
Based on proficiency with PC-based equipment and cabling, the Technical Analyst can provide expanded on-site support to technical resources, if needed.
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
Chick - Fil - a - Culinary Team Member
Chick Fil aOklahoma City, OK
At Chick-fil-A, the kitchen staff role is more than just a job, it's an opportunity.
Last updated 9 hours ago
Restaurant Shift Lead
Hawaiian Bros Island GrillYukon, OK
Shift Managers may operate the restaurant independently from time to time with or without direct support from onsite upper management.
Last updated 4 days ago
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