Dot Foods holding job fair

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Mount Sterling - If you are looking for a job, Dot Foods is holding a job fair.

 

Dot Foods is hosting a job fair to recruit local residents for full time and several part time warehouse order selector positions. The positions range in pay from $13.35-$16.75 per-hour with openings in Dot's dry and frozen warehouses for 4 x 10-hour and 3 x 12-hour, night shifts available.

 

The company says they continue to see growth and continue to hire new employees in record numbers.

 

The job fair kicks off at 4p.m. and goes until 7 at Mt. Sterling Knights of Columbus Hall U.S. Highway 24, Mt. Sterling.

 

To learn more about careers at Dot Foods, visit www.dotfoods.com/careers and follow @DotFoodsCareers on Twitter.  To learn more about careers at Dot Transportation, visit www.DriveForDot.com.

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