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UPS drivers and driver helper
Sandy Springs-based UPS plans to hire about 100,000 seasonal employees – including seasonal drivers and helpers – to get holiday packages delivered on time this year. Seasonal drivers make an average of $19 an hour, according to GlassDoor.com, and you'll need to be prepared for a physical, fast-paced position. You'll be required to pass a DOT physical exam and must be able to lift, lower and carry packages that may weigh up to 70 pounds. Drivers must also have excellent customer service and driving skills.
Helpers won't drive the vehicle but instead will assist the driver in delivering packages.
Click here to apply for a seasonal driver job and here to apply for a driver's helper position.
If you have professional experience operating heavy equipment like a bulldozer, you might want to apply to be a snow groomer at Stone Mountain Park's Snow Mountain.
You'll need to be at least 18 years old and will be responsible for grooming man-made snow and assisting with regular preventative maintenance and repairs of the Snow Plant.
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Amazon warehouse/shopper team member
Amazon's business booms over the holiday shopping season, and they're hiring at their fulfillment centers, delivery stations, sort centers, Prime Now warehouses and Prime Now Shipping. Many of these jobs will require you to select, pack and ship orders.
Many different shifts are available, including day, sunrise, twilight, overnight and weekend.
You'll need to be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or the equivalent to land an Amazon job.