Job Squad: November 16, 2018 - WSIL-TV 3 Southern Illinois

Job Squad: November 16, 2018

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WSIL -- There are several openings in this week's Job Squad report. 

Bulk Solutions in West Frankfort is hiring a truck driver. Local routes and over the road travel is included. Drivers must have a Class A CDL and be at least 25 years old. Two years of experience is required. Call (618) 663-5034 ext. 1 or click here to learn more.

Little Treasures Child Development Center of Carterville is hiring full-time teachers. Requirements include being a self starter with a positive attitude and having the proper credentials to teach in Illinois. Contact the center on Samuel Road in Carterville for more details or apply here.

Music in Motion based in Marion is looking for a mobile DJ. This is a part time position and will require working on weekends and in the evening. You can learn more here.

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