GDOL To Help Beaulieu Recruit Manufacturing Workers In Dalton April 17

Thursday, April 03, 2014

The Georgia Department of Labor will help carpet manufacturer Beaulieu America fill about 150 jobs in Dalton on Thursday, April 17. The recruitment will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the GDOL’s Dalton Career Center, 1406 Chattanooga Ave.

The company is recruiting for positions at several Georgia plants including Dalton, Eton, Chatsworth, Calhoun, Gainesville, as well as one in Bridgeport, Alabama. The positions include: warehouse supervisors, creelers, electricians, heat set operators, lift truck operators, inspectors, master mechanics, material handlers, press operators, project leaders, quality control technicians, truck drivers, slit film operators and mechanics, spinners, tufting machine operators, one-color press operators, twisters, warpers, and weavers.

Due to federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, applicants must be at least 18 years old. A high school diploma or a General Education Diploma is preferred, but not required for the jobs.

Applicants are encouraged to apply on-line at http://beaulieucareers.com prior to the recruitment.
They are also encouraged to bring a résumé and dress appropriately to improve their opportunities for jobs.

For more information about the event, contact the GDOL’s Dalton Career Center at (706) 272-2301.

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