Now Hiring Seasonal Holiday Sales Associate! - Beth Millner Jewelry

Now Hiring Seasonal Holiday Sales Associate!

Now Hiring Seasonal Holiday Sales Associate!

The busy holiday season is almost upon us and we are looking to hire a Temporary Seasonal Sales Associate. 10-24 hrs per week.  Saturday hours required and some Sundays in December with employment ending in early January.

This position is entry level and will be filled quickly, interviews will start Oct. 25th.

If you are a student, you must include your current class schedule.

Click here for the full job description: Temporary Seasonal Sales Associate

Download the application here: Application for Employment at Beth Millner Jewelry

Mail your application and resume or drop it off in the store: Beth Millner Jewelry - 521 W Washington St. Marquette, MI 49855 or Email your application.

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