NOW HIRING! Castellini Produce Located at 2 Plum Street Wilder,Ky.

Now Hiring Entry Level Packers
Candidates must be able to work in cold environments,lift up to 60lbs.,pack produce,must complete & pass drug screen,JPA-lifting test and background check. Starting pay $10.00 per hour paid weekly.

For more information contact Sarah Hartloff at Phone:859.442.6747 or Stop by Monday thru Friday between 8:00 a.m. & 4:00 p.m. and complete a job application.

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Castellini Wilder Hiring Now

Current Career Opportunities

Bagging Line – (Production)

Job consists of packing, sorting and performing quality checks on product to be packaged into bags.  This inlcudes make-up of bags, boxes and stickers in preparation for a Production Run.  Minimum lifting requirement of 60 lbs. and, on occasion, can lift up to 100 lbs. of case/sack product.  A full job description is available upon request.

  • 1st Shift, full-time – Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or done
  • 2nd Shift, full-time – Monday through Friday, 5:00 p.m. – 1:30 a.m. or done

Fill out online application here.

Welding jobs available

By Ed Salerno, Reporter It just so happens that there are jobs for qualified welders in Pendleton County. Problem is here, as across the nation, there is a shortage of certified welders. Local companies, Hammer Strength, Jay Gee, Sunrise Manufacturing, Rumpke, DarPro and Carmeuse, to name a few, all have made it clear that they have a need for welders. Unfortunately, the educators across this nation have stigmatized education in technical schools as designed for those who can not cut it in a four year university. That is an unfortunate reality, one that has put the U.S. far behind Europe in providing an education system that reaches out equally to all skill levels. Fact is, some of the best paying jobs with clear career paths are in the technical fields, welding and diesel mechanic being among the most sought after right now. Due to the efforts of Pendleton County Judge/ Executive David Fields, an idea to develop a welding program for the county is in process of being realized with the help of Bill Mitchell from the Economic Development Office in Pendleton County and Mary Ann Roseberry of the Industrial Authority also in Pendleton County. The opportunity for adults and high school students to get the training and certification they need to be qualified as work ready welders in cooperation with Campbell County Area Technology Center (CCATC) and Pendleton County Schools needs just a few key pieces to be realized. See Full Story At WELDING Page 12 @