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ProLogistix StaffingRedlands, CA
  • General Labor workers needed in Redlands Ca. area!
  • Looking for hardworking and dedicated Talent in need of a long-term opportunity.
  • Monday - Friday 5:00am -130pm Overtime may be required
  • Scanning / Labeling
  • Standing for up to 8+ hrs daily
  • Employee Benefits available
  • Health, Dental, Vision, and Short-Term Disability
  • Direct Deposit and or Pay cards Available
  • Free online education - Must complete a minimum of 80 hours of work
  • Personal Recruiter to assist with your job search
  • - must be flexible for overtime
  • Apply today to schedule an interview at Prologistix.com
  • We are hiring immediately, and after submitting your application, you will have the opportunity to schedule an immediate interview at our socially distanced recruiting center!
  • We are also offering remote on-boarding options.
  • We are partnered with our client to ensure safety protocols are in place to protect you while on the job.
  • Safety is our #1 priority
  • We look forward to meeting you!

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