Delivery Driver Assistant (Part-Time)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for a deliver driver assistant (driver helper) for a company in Springfield, OH. This is an on-call schedule and day-shift pay is 9.75 while nights is 10.50 an hour.

Keep in mind it may take 8 to 14 hours to complete a route. Must be able to work at a fast pace and lift up to 40 pounds.

Apply now!

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: Part-time

Salary: $9.75 to $10.50 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

General Labor (Short-Term)

BARRYSTAFF is trying to fill a short-term general labor assignment in Springfield. Are you ready to earn some extra cash?

You’ll be filling large industrial containers with steel wool. Must be able to lift 30 lbs. Start immediately.

Hours are from 7am to 5:30pm.

Apply today and get started!

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 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Recycling Yard Worker (Dayton, OH)

BarryStaff is currently seeking candidates for a company in Dayton, OH that involves working in a scrap metal yard. You will work for a leader in the recycling industry, servicing over 400 industrial plants nationwide. In Dayton, you’ll be helping in the yard, unpacking scrap from boxes and stacking metal on skids. This is a long-term position.

Hours: This is a 1st shift position and the hours are 7am-4pm (M-F). Steel toe boots are required for this position.

Note: To be considered for this position, you must have clean background.

Please submit resume to be immediately considered.

About BARRYSTAFF:

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 change, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

BarryStaff Inc. is the only staffing agency in Dayton, Ohio to have won the Better Business Bureau’s prestigious Eclipse Integrity Award.

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

Maintenance Tech (3rd Shift) (Springfield, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for a 3rd shift Maintenance Tech to work at a facility in Springfield, OH. Salary starts at between $15 and $20 per hour (based on experience). Candidates must have at least 2 years of experience setting up and tearing down machines. Candidates must also have electrical experience and be able to work overtime as necessary.

Must be able to work at a fast pace and lift up to 70 pounds. Must have a high school diploma or GED and 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: $15.00 to $20.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Warehouse Worker (Immediate Need)

**Immediate Need. Apply now!**

**Raise after 90 days!**

What You’ll Do:

You will be unloading trucks and moving appliances with the use of a Dolly. Job is physical.

Hours: 7:30am — When Finished. You will work Monday-Friday and occasional Saturdays if needed

Requirements:

A pre-employment drug test is required.

You must have your own transportation. Attendance is vital. If you miss, your job will be in jeopardy.

Perks:

You could become a permanent employee in as little as 90 days. You will receive a raise at that time. 30 minute lunch break (can pack or leave – there is fast food nearby).

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

MEDIA RELEASE: US added more than 150,000 jobs in November

US added more than 150,000 jobs in November

 

 

DAYTON, OH – This morning the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics issued employment data for the month of November. For the third month in a row, the national unemployment rate was 3.7 percent. That’s the lowest rate in almost 50 years. A year ago the unemployment rate was 4.1 percent.

Manufacturing outpaced retail, warehousing and transportation in terms of job gains. Manufacturing added 27,000 jobs in November and 288,000 over the year, largely in durable goods.

BarryStaff is an award-winning employment agency that hires workers for more than 100 employers throughout the Miami Valley. The majority of them are in manufacturing.

“You’re looking at an incredibly competitive job market,” said BarryStaff president Doug Barry. “That’s certainly the case here in the Dayton area.”

The new jobs report comes amid a slumping stock market.

“The report next month could be very interesting,” Barry said.

Health care – another substantial employment base for the area – rose by 32,000 in November.

 

About BARRYSTAFF
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.

The company won the Better Business Bureau’s prestigious Eclipse Integrity Award in 2017.

In-Store HVAC Sales (Part-Time)

BARRYSTAFF is seeking candidates on behalf of a local heating and air conditioning company. This company has an agreement with Home Depot stores to promote their products on the floor. As a sales associate, you’ll interact with companies at Home Deport stores throughout the Dayton area. You’ll chat about current promotions, collect leads and provide estimates on new heating and air conditioning systems.

Qualifications:

Must be upbeat, outgoing and friendly

Must be self-motivated, honest and dependable

Ability to meet and exceed quotas (daily, weekly, monthly)

Ability to learn, retain and interact with customers about general heating and cooling products and questions

Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check

Schedule: You’ll primarily work weekends (that’s when customers are in these stores). Expect 20-25 hours per week.

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: Part-time

Salary: $12.00 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

Tax Specialist (Full-Time Potential) (Miamisburg, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for a tax specialist on behalf of a company in Miamisburg, OH. Applicants must have tax experience with both personal income taxes and small business taxes (roughly 30% of the company’s clients are small businesses).

Expect to get approximately 20 hours per week with potential for more, especially once tax season rolls around. There is full-time potential after 90 days.

The company is willing to train and could be backup on tax preparations. If candidates are familiar with Drake Insurance Software they’ll be ahead of the game.

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: Part-time

Salary: $14.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

A Steady Job Beats a Higher Paycheck

Workers feel good about the economy because they value stability over wage growth.

 

One of the anomalies of the current U.S. economy is that workers seem more satisfied with it than economists are. It comes down to their view of the labor market: Workers are right to welcome its stability, and economists are right that wage growth is lacking.

Economists have two main data points in their favor. Wage growth is currently at about  3 percent, compared to 4 percent during the strong parts of the past two cycles. And the employment-to-population ratio for workers aged 25 to 54 still hasn’t returned to its high from the last cycle, let alone the all-time high from 2000.

Despite this “hard economic data,” the “soft economic data” — public sentiment — shows that the economy and labor market are perceived to be about as good as they’ve ever been. Gallup has been asking the public every month since 2001 what it considers the nation’s most important problem, and in November only 13 percent responded with an economic problem. The just-completed midterm elections were largely a referendum on health care and President Donald Trump, not on the economy.

Job market sentiment continues to outpace the hard economic data as well. The Conference Board’s monthly consumer confidence survey in November showed that 46.6 percent of respondents say jobs are “plentiful,” compared to only 12.2 percent who say that jobs are hard to get. The last time that differential was so great was during a two-year period from 1999 to 2001.

Given the choice between today’s labor market and 1999’s, I would take today’s. The labor market of the late 1990s was hot, but it was also unstable, fueled by speculative technology companies and investments. Today’s labor market may not be quite as robust, but what it lacks in strength it makes up for in stability.

As a worker, I’d rather be in a labor market with lots of job postings, a low level of jobless claims and a sustainable level of wage growth. It’s certainly preferable to being in one fueled by speculative excess, where I have to constantly worry about when the mania is going to collapse. I’ll take 3 percent wage growth today with good prospects for being employed tomorrow over 4 percent wage growth today and unemployment tomorrow.

There remains an unresolved debate about what central banks should have done in response to the dot-com boom of the late 1990s and the housing boom of the mid-2000s, two cycles marked by excessive speculation but acceptable levels of inflation. Were there ways to curb the excesses without harming the labor market or the economy at large? Given the lack of above-trend inflation, should the Federal Reserve have run looser monetary policy, supporting the labor market even if it meant even wilder, potentially destabilizing levels of speculative excess? In cycles like that, policy errors may have been unavoidable.

The good news for workers today, and perhaps why their optimism is higher than some economic data might suggest, is that there’s no reason why this labor market can’t continue for at least several more quarters. The excesses of the past couple years have been in financial markets, not in the real economy. Bubbles in cryptocurrencies, cannabis and private technology companies should not lead to a heavy-handed response from the Fed. Household leverage remains low, and business investment remains modest.

In 2019, a labor market with an unemployment rate below 4 percent and slightly higher wage growth may not be enough to satisfy those who are fixated on the economic performance of 1999. But most workers would probably take it.

Maintenance Tech (Covington, OH)

BARRYSTAFF is looking for someone to install, maintain, adjust and repair equipment in an industrial environment. This person will report directly to the vice president of manufacturing.

You’ll be responsible for visually inspecting and testing machinery and equipment. You’ll have to listen to any unusual sounds coming from the machine and perform preventative maintenance as needed. You may have to dismantle defective parts and install new/repaired replacements.

You’ll be tasked with installing and repairing electrical apparatus, such as transformers.

Additionally, you’ll have to set up and operate machine tools like the lathe, grinder, drill and milling machine to repair or fabricate machine parts, jigs, fixtures and tools. You may have to operate a cutting torch or welding equipment to cut or join metal parts.

Must be flexible to work any shift, overtime and weekends as needed.

The right candidate will be computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Also must be able to read metric drawings, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic diagrams.

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: $15.00 to $20.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com