Friday Staffing to hold career fair Tuesday at Continental Automotive

Friday Staffing and Continental Automotive Systems are holding a career fair on Tuesday, June 7, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. The career fair will be held at 1 Quality Way, Fletcher, NC 28732, at the Continental Automotive Systems location.

The available positions range from entry-level assembly to experienced machine operators, forklift drivers and plating operators. While previous manufacturing experience is preferred, it is not required for all positions. We encourage everyone with all levels of experience to attend. Open shift availability is a plus. Shift hours range from eight to twelve hours, Monday-Sunday. Pay range is between $12 and $14.90 per hour.

Continental develops intelligent technologies for transporting people and their goods. As a reliable partner, the international automotive supplier, tire manufacturer, and industrial partner provides sustainable, safe, comfortable, individual, and affordable and affordable solutions. Continental currently employs more than 212,000 people in 55 countries. The Continental Fletcher location manufactures brake calipers.

Those interested in attending the career fair can pre-register online at www.Friday- Staffing.com. On the day of the career fair, all applicants have the chance to tour the facility and be matched to the opportunity that best meets their interest and skills.

For more information on the career fair, Continental Automotive Systems or Friday Staffing contact Desiree Andre at 828-684-8700.

-Submitted by Desiree Andre

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