Unemployed?  New Jobs Available!  Training begins November 11, 2013

Unemployed?  New Jobs Available!

Training begins on November 11, 2013!

Fork Lift Operators, Picker/Packers, and other Warehouse Workers Needed

                    Jobs in clean, modern facilities that value safety

                    Fully-funded training

                    Positions pay up to $15 per hour

Montgomery County WorkForce Development has teamed up with the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) to offer a five-week pre-employment training program to prepare qualified job seekers for jobs in local warehouse and distributions centers.

Qualified WIA and TANF individuals as well as Veterans will earn a Manufacturing Skills Standards Certificate (MSSC) and Fork Lift certification enhancing your overall qualifications for existing jobs!  Certificate training for this program will be held at MVCTC and begins November 11, 2013.

With your MSSC, you are guaranteed interviews with companies that have immediate openings for jobs here in the Dayton area. If you are interested in pursuing a career within the warehouse and distribution industry, contact The Job Center at 937-225-5052 or sign-up online at www.thejobcenter.org.

Space is limited so call now to see if you qualify!

MSSC Course

What: 5-Week Training Course

When: Begins November, 11th

Where: MVCTC - 6800 Hoke Road, Clayton, OH

Call: 225-5052

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