Job Squad: December 22, 2017 - WSIL-TV 3 Southern Illinois

Job Squad: December 22, 2017

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WSIL -- There are several openings this week in our Job Squad report. First up is the Marion Eye Surgery Center in Mt. Vernon.

They're looking for a scrub tech. Benefits, including 401K is included. Applicants must be willing to work early morning hours. Send your resume and references to 2900 E. Broadway Suite E, Mt. Vernon, IL 62864.

Banterra Bank has a couple of openings. The operations center in Marion is looking for a mortgage underwriter. Candidates need a four year degree and three to five years of experience. The bank is also hiring a mortgage consultant, the location is flexible. Learn more here.

Williamson County Education Services has several openings too. They're hiring a full time deaf and hard of hearing teacher. The group also needs full time substitutes as well as long-term subs and teacher assistants. Send your resume to Jami Hodge, 411 S. Court St. Marion, IL 62959.

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