A number of companies in the metro Atlanta area are looking to hire new employees for a wide variety of positions this September. From healthcare to technology, there are opportunities available for a wide variety of skill sets.
If you're looking for a new job, check out these metro Atlanta companies that are making big hires this September:
Whole Foods has recently been in the news after it was bought by Amazon for $13.7 billion, and the chain has already started cutting prices. Around 70 jobs are available at Whole Foods stores in metro Atlanta, and openings include jobs for cooks, cake decorators and cashiers, as well as team members in housekeeping, produce, the hot/smoke bar, catering and meats.
After 800 hours of work, full-time team members are eligible for low individual insurance premiums ranging between $0 and $20 per paycheck, and all employees receive store discounts. Whole Foods has also been named one of Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" since the list was started in 1998.
MedSide provides a variety of home healthcare services, including rehabilitation and personal care. The company has job openings in Atlanta that include registered and licensed practical nurses, speech therapists and home health aides.
Since clients are seen around the clock, employees can often work a schedule that suits their needs, including working while your kids are in school or only on the weekends or evenings.
Honeywell is expected to have a big impact on Atlanta's tech hub and will soon start moving into its new offices at 715 Peachtree Street near the Fox Theatre. The company has also started the hiring process for its software development center and the headquarters of its home and building technologies division.
Over 45 Honeywell jobs are currently open in Atlanta, including positions for a data scientist, senior software developer and cloud frontend developer.
The holidays are closer than you may think, and people will soon be placing lots of orders online for gifts. That's why distribution company Radial is gearing up to hire 100 people at its Lawrenceville fulfillment center to handle the resulting increase in shipping and distribution needs.
Seasonal jobs often turn into regular full-time employment, the company said, and the experience you'll gain can qualify you for a career in logistics or customer support. If you're interested in one of these seasonal jobs, apply here.
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