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POULTRY PLANT WORKER

 Georgia
  With Housing
 06/30/2020
 hour
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Job Description

Poultry Line Worker Top Lonestar Employees earned 38k + Bi-lingual Spanish / English Preferred Full Time/ Permanent Employment - Not Seasonal Paid Living Accommodations (No Credit Check), & Health Benefits available to those seeking a career in Food Processing Daily FREE transportation to and from work, and upfront relocation covered by Lonestar, 2 & 4 bedroom apartments including free internet & cable Retention Bonus & Pay Increases, as Well As Significant Referral Bonus Click Here to Learn More: https://jobs.rewired.solutions/positions/lonestar/poultry-worker-gainesville-b?utm_source=AgHelp&utm_medium=Job_board&utm_campaign=Gainesville_GA_GGA_English

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$11 to $14 per hour

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