Job Alert: Receptionist, Supervisor, Package Helper

AT&T, Bartow Animal Hospital, Graham Packaging, Patch and UPS are among local companies hiring for seasonal, part-time and full-time positions.

Bartow County’s unemployment rate dipped to 8.8 percent in September, but we want to see more decreases in the jobless rate. Count on Cartersville Patch to provide local economic development, business and jobs news and information.

Check out these open positions if you need a job or just need extra money for the holidays:

Veterinary Positions

Bartow Animal Hospital is accepting applications for experienced veterinary technicians, receptionists and kennel assistants, according to employee Christy Serpa. Applicants should visit the 124 S. Morningside Drive office in Cartersville to fill out an application. A negative drug screen is required for employment. Call 770-386-2362 with questions.

Sales Positions

Patch is hiring a senior ad manager to sell and manage an inventory of online advertising in Cartersville and surrounding areas. Find more details and apply or send your resume to brande.poulnot@patch.com.

The AT&T store in Cartersville is looking for associates to sell its products and service customers, according to Monster. Applicants should be able to work flexible hours and stand for long periods. Get the details and apply.

Production Positions

Graham Packaging in Cartersville is seeking a production shift supervisor responsible for supervising employees engaged in the manufacturing processes of the worldwide leader in blow-molded plastic containers, according to Monster. Read the job description and apply.

UPS is hiring a seasonal package helper for Cartersville and part-time package handlers for the holiday season in nearby Acworth. See all UPS jobs available in Georgia and apply.

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