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Experience:
1-3 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
6/2/2012
Job Category:
Manufacturing
Industry:
Biotechnology
Warehouse, Manufacturing, Packaging
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SMX | Lexington, NC
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Job Description

Warehouse
IMMEDIATE
JOB OPENINGS
IN ASHEBORO, NC
Staff Management/SMX has immediate warehouse, manufacturing and packaging opportunities at a leading manufacturing company in Asheboro, NC. Starting wage $7.25-$8.25/HR. WEEKLY PAYCHECKS.
All shifts available, Benefit options, full-time schedules.
Must pass drug & background check
Shift differentials & training programs
Be able to stand for shift duration
Must be 18 & able to lift 35 lbs.
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About SMX

SmX offers superior products that are priced below the competition in its class. We are not over-saturated like other screen companies that have 100's of dealers in one territory competing for the same customer. This enables you as a dealer to offer your customer a unique higher end product at a much better price with a greater margin. We also offer excellent dealer programs for new dealers displaying showroom pieces. We take pride in our customer support and realize that our dealers and customers are the important people that keep our business going strong. We train our dealers to properly instal our products and offer on field technicians to aid with complex installs. We offer lifetime warranties on our fixed screen systems. If you would like to learn more about becoming an SmX dealer please email us or give us a call or you may also click the link below to fill out our online authorized dealer application on our 256 bit encrypted secured page.

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HAL Lexington Dispatch