Hol-Mac Corporation to host job fair | Events
The following is a press release from the Hol-Mac Corporation:
The Governor’s Job Fair Network and Hol-Mac Corporation will host a job fair 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Jul. 13 at City Hall in Bay Springs.
The Bay Springs-based company expects to hire nearly 50 workers immediately. Within the next year, the company will likely hire as many as 200 more to fulfill the foreseen position increases.
Hol-Mac is looking for a variety of workers — welders, machinists, manufacturing engineers, paint engineers, packaging engineers, team leaders and others.
Wages for the new jobs can reach $17 an hour and increase depending on experience and skill level. Last year, the company’s welders and fabricators earned an average of $35,000, excluding overtime. Inspectors earned an average of $40,000 a year.
The employee-benefit package includes dental, vision, prescription drug coverage, life insurance and paid vacation and holidays, among other perks.
Charles Holder Jr. founded Hol-Mac in 1963. The company employs approximately 630 in Bay Springs and manufactures products for various Original Equipment Manufacturers. To learn more about Hol-Mac Corporation visit their website at www.hol-mac.com.
The Governor’s Job Fair Network works with the Mississippi Department of Employment Security to host job fairs across the state. MDES is a federally funded state agency that provides training and job-placement assistance to workers and personnel services to companies.
For more information about the job fair, contact Kellum Kim at 601-764-4121 or Adam Todd at 601-321-6154.
For more information about MDES, visit mdes.ms.gov.