Marino/Ware Career Fair

Marino/Ware will be hosting a Career Fair on Saturday June 22nd, 2019 from 8AM-11AM with a complimentary breakfast and giveaways!

Marino/Ware is a leading developer of steel framing products. Providing superior building materials and engineering capablities. We pride ourselves on providing the fastest delivery and finest service in the industry, along with a team that is second to none! Marino/Ware has successfully operated on uncompromising standards for over 70 years!

We have immediate openings and will give on the spot interviews and offers. We are currently looking for both entry level and experienced candiates for General Shop Workers and Yard Hands, Machine Operators and Forklfit Drivers. We're also seeking experienced flatbed CDL-A Drivers for our Norbet Trucking Division.

All shifts available! We offer competitive pay (starting rates at $11.50/hr for entry level with opportunities to earn more than $20/hr; shift differentials for 2nd and 3rd shifts as well) plus steady, year - round employment with paid vacations and holidays, 401k, health benefits and more.

Come visit us at 400 Metuchen Rd., South Plainfield, NJ 07060 on June 22nd. For more information, visit https://www.marinoware.com/careers/ or text JOINOURTEAM to 97211.

Contact Information
  1. HR
  2. 9087579000
  3. HR@marinoware.com
Sat, June 22
8:00 am — 11:00 am
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Marino/Ware will be hosting a Career Fair on Saturday June 22nd, 2019 from 8AM-11AM with a complimentary breakfast and giveaways!

Marino/Ware is a leading developer of steel framing products. Providing superior building materials and engineering capablities. We pride ourselves on providing the fastest delivery and finest service in the industry, along with a team that is second to none! ...

400 Metuchen Rd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080

Marino/Ware

400 Metuchen Rd.
South Plainfield, NJ 07080

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