Warehouse/Forklift Operator (Dayton, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for several warehouse/forklift operators in the Dayton, OH area. These are 1st shift jobs, but shift times may differ.

Jobs are typically Monday thru Friday (some overtime may be required on Saturdays).

You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Previous forklift experience required

Previous warehouse experience required

Basic knowledge of computers

Good work history and clean background

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.00 to $13.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Machine Operator (Springfield, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is seeking machine operators to work 2nd or 3rd shift for a prominent Springfield manufacturing company. At least 1 year of related experience is required.

Shifts may last up to 12 hours in length. Must have a high school diploma.

If interested, please apply here or call our Springfield office at (937) 327-0025.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $12.00 to $13.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Propane Forklift Operator (Brookville, OH)

BARRYSTAFFis looking for a someone to operate a propane forklift for a company in Brookville. This is a first shiftposition that starts at 6am and ends around 3pm. You’ll need your own transportation, as this is not on a bus line.

There’s a great opportunity to work overtime, if you’re seeking more money. The company may hire you on permanently in as soon as 90 days.

At least 1 yearof forklift experience is preferred.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

The Workforce Revolution That’s Long Overdue

Virtual-reality technology can open a new frontier in job training.

Mark P. Mills

July 24, 2018

In these contentious times, perhaps it’s heartening that Ivanka Trump and Silicon Valley’s potentates have at least one thing in common: concern for the future of America’s workforce. As the White House point person on a new jobs initiative, Trump wrote in a recent op-ed that it’s high time “to deliver better workforce training.” That’s where Silicon Valley comes in. We’re overdue for something revolutionary to ameliorate “unfair” outcomes from technological and economic disruptions to the workforce. For too long, we’ve met every cycle of technological dislocation with the same unimaginative policies: financial aid and PR for vocational schools and community colleges, retraining grants, corporate pledges and private-public “partnerships,” or just old-fashioned welfare.

The big problem is that there are far more openings for skilled employment than there are people with the requisite skills to fill them. Contrary to received opinion, technology is not eliminating work so much as it is changing the skills landscape. And there won’t be enough robots to do those skilled jobs for years—if ever. President Trump’s new White House National Council for the American Worker proposes to “facilitate the use of data to connect American businesses, workers and educational institutions.” At the White House initiative last week, 15 major corporations pledged to hire and train workers. All this constitutes a necessary, but far from sufficient, step. The missing ingredient is a revolution in skills training.

Up until now, the best that the Internet could do was enable online learning for job functions like accounting or coding. But that’s a cakewalk compared with mastering welding, plumbing, or machine repair/maintenance online. Fortunately, technology is opening a path to superior skills training via realistic virtual simulators that can be accessed remotely. Remarkably realistic virtual reality (VR) environments are now available in medical and military applications. Microsoft’s HoloLens may be the most sophisticated VR simulator so far, presenting realistic life-size simulacra of human organs for doctors to practice surgery and simulated rescue operations for soldiers. It’s still too expensive for everyday use, and truly immersive verisimilitude remains over the horizon. But near-perfect visual, tactile, and other sensory inputs will soon emerge. AI, virtual and augmented reality, and high-speed network connectivity to supercomputing in the Cloud are merging with the budding revolution in sensors and materials to enable “haptics” that allow a sense of touch and the reality of a “tactile Internet.” The latter will be key to skills training.

It’s time to emulate Edwin Link, who introduced the first aircraft simulator in 1929. Flight simulators revolutionized the skilled trade of flying. While hands-on training remains essential, the simulator accelerates the acquisition and refinement of the aviator’s skill set. Creating VR training systems is squarely in the Silicon Valley wheelhouse; skills-centric VR won’t be easy or cheap, but Silicon Valley’s disruptors can afford it, and they should volunteer to fund it. Developing sophisticated virtual training systems would be far less expensive—and more productive—than imposing new taxes to fund welfare programs like universal basic income. And retraining people is self-evidently more moral than assuming that they should be put out to pasture, with a stipend.

As both history and current trends show, advances in technology mean that fewer people end up working per unit of good produced or service created. But increasing productivity is the point of new technology and has been the engine of prosperity over millennia—and it has always meant more net new jobs. Technological innovation does tend to alter the nature of work and the kind of skills required, though, leading to job losses for an unlucky minority. Today, as in the past, most Republicans and Democrats believe that we should do something to smooth out the technological dislocations thrust on that minority. As always, the devil is in the details of what constitutes “something.” Nearly two centuries ago, we saw a revolution in the means of production. A half-century ago, the first commercial computers triggered a revolution in the means of management. Now we’re on the cusp of a revolution in the means of job training. It’s time for Silicon Valley to step up.

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General Machinist (Troy, OH)

What You’ll Do:

Take daily work assignments from diemaker

Operate large surface grinder

Operate mills (Bridgeport and Prototrak)

Additional work may include operating jig bore, jig grinder, engine lathe, and boring mill.

What You’ll Need:

Good skills including communication, reliability, attendance

High school diploma or GED

Good work history

Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen

Hours:

This is a 1st shift position (7am – 3:30pm)

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.00 to $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Blower Shaft Assembly (Dayton, OH)

BARRYSTAFFis looking for someone to work for a company in Dayton thatprovides blower shafts to a variety of manufacturers throughout the US.

Hours:6am – 4:30pm (M-TH)

Must have a pair of leather work boots you can wear. Must also have high school diploma (or GED), a good work history and clean background.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Lab Analyst (Englewood, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is working with a company seeking an analyst for lab work. This person will work with water samples maintain log books and record keeping in accordance with lab policies.

Minimum of a 2-year degree in a science-related field. Must have lab experience working in the fields of biology and/or chemistry.

Hours: 8:30am – 5pm (M-F)

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $13.00 to $14.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at:

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Machine Operator (Urbana, OH)

BARRYSTAFFis looking for machine operatorswith excellent work history that wants to join a team environment with great long-term potential.

Shifts available: 1st and 3rd

Must have a clean background and be able to pass a drug test

Must have excellent attendance habits

Must have prior machine operator, assembly experience

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $12.00 to $13.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Assembler (Dayton, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for assemblers to work at a production facility in Dayton. Operations include, but are not limited to: planting, insulating, gauging and marking taps, tapping, potting, welding, coil and coil assembly testing and more.

Must be able to demonstrate basic counting skills, hand dexterity and lift up to 55 pounds. Must be able to determine different colors. Also:

High school diploma or GED

Must be reliable and dependable

Previous assembly experience a plus

Must be willing to learn

Hours: 1st shift from 6am – 2:30pm (M-F)

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Springfield Jobs: CNC, Welder, Machine Operator (Springfield, OH)

We have several positions available at facilities across Clark and Champaign counties.

Mig and Tig welder

1st shift (7 AM to 3:30PM)

$12.50 an hour

Small company

1 year experience or welding certificate

Must have transportation

CNC Operator

1st shift (5 AM to 3:30 PM) and 2nd shift (3:30 PM to 1:45 AM)

Pay $10 to $11 an hour

1 year experience

Heavy lifting

Must have a clean back ground and be able to work overtime

Resume required

Paint Line Loaders, Machine Operators and Welders in Urbana

1st and 3rd shift available

$12 to $16 an hour

Must be able to lift up to 70 pounds

Clean background

Must have personal transportation

Good work history

Machine Helper

1st, 2nd and 3rd shift availabilities

$11.50 an hour (and must be able to work overtime)

Must work at a fast pace

Be able to lift up to 70 pounds

High school diploma or GED

Be able to read a tape measure

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.00 to $16.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com