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Local Jobs: Governors State University, JPMorgan, Panera, Sedona

Looking for a new line of work, or a way to supplement your income? Check out what H-F and Chicago Heights Patch found for you.

Need a job? Patch is here to help.

Finding one can be a tough task. Putting together a résumé, hitting the streets looking for “Help Wanted” signs and making the best impression on potential employers can be a tall order for anyone. Luckily, Patch wants to help readers find a few jobs and put some cash in your pockets. If you’re the one doing the hiring write about the position in the comments below. Listings were found via CareerBuilder and Indeed.com. 

Employers, have a job you’d like to share with our readers, send it to Lauren Traut, at lauren.traut@patch.com. Or, post it in our comments!

CN is seeking a rail traffic controller (train dispatcher) and mechanical services representatives. 

Governors State University is hiring a human resource officer.

Randstad Sourceright in Homewood is hiring an employment specialist. 

Adecco in Chicago Heights is hiring a rail inspector.

Franciscan Alliance in Chicago Heights is hiring a housekeeper.

JPMorgan Chase in Homewood is hiring a part-time teller.

Panduit in Tinley Park is hiring a customer service coordinator.

Panera 
Bread in Homewood is hiring a baker for the night shift.

Sedona Staffing in Chicago Heights is hiring a packer. 

Kohl's in Homewood is seeking a loss prevention specialist.

Great Clips
 in Homewood is seeking a manager.

FedEx Freight in Chicago Heights is seeking a 
part-time dock worker.


Homewood Jim March 19, 2014 at 09:46 AM
Kohl's Homewood seeking a loss prevention specialist! That has to be a full time job!!!!

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