Driver Helper (Springfield, OH)

What You’ll Do:

Driver Helpers assist drivers who deliver goods to businesses and customers. These employees are responsible for all activities except the actual driving: loading and unloading items, contacting customers, collecting payments, keeping in touch with the main office, doing delivery paperwork, etc.

What You’ll Need:

You must have a good work history

Must be able to lift packages weighing up to 40 lbs.

Hours:

No regular hours – you’ll be on call

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that is a leading wholesale distributor to the convenience industry.

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: $9.75 to $10.50 /hour

Click here to apply on Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

General Labor (Springfield, OH)

The job can demand long hours, but the payoff will be worth it.

What You’ll Do:

You’ll function as a utility person — playing every position — as you begin your career with one of the largest packaging companies in the U.S. If you’ve worked in manufacturing before, you’re no doubt familiar with the procedure.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Previous factory experience a huge plus

Please note:

Both 1st and 3rd shifts are currently available

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that has been thriving for over 20 years and has more than 6,000 employees nationwide.

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: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

Machine Operator (Springfield, OH)

Now is your chance to work for a power within the local manufacturing community.

What You’ll Do:

You’ll run machines to meet the demands of the packing industry. These machines allow the company to utilize world-best technology to manufacture advanced grade structures in lighter basis weights.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

At least one year of machine operating experience

Hours:

Dayside and overnight shifts available

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that was founded in the USA about 20 years ago and, since then, has shown dramatic growth with sophisticated manufacturing facilities in more than 25 states.

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: $12.00 to $15.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

pamelab@barrystaff.com

 

 

Machine Operator (Springfield, OH)

Now is your chance to work for a power within the local manufacturing community.

What You’ll Do:

You’ll run machines to meet the demands of the packing industry. These machines allow the company to utilize world-best technology to manufacture advanced grade structures in lighter basis weights.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

At least one year of machine operating experience

Hours:

Dayside

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that was founded in the USA about 20 years ago and, since then, has shown dramatic growth with sophisticated manufacturing facilities in more than 25 states.

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: $12.50 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

Powder Coating (Springfield, OH)

What You’ll Do:

You’ll essentially cover products with a polyester or epoxy powder, which is then heated to fuse into a protective layer.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Powder coating experience is a plus

Reliable transportation

Hours:

10pm – 7am

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that manufactures the world’s leading industrial and IT enclosures, racks and accessories, including high efficiency, high density climate control and power management systems for industrial, data center, outdoor and hybrid applications. Their facility in Urbana consists of over half a million square feet of space.

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: $13.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

pamelab@barrystaff.com

 

 

Machinist (Springfield, OH)

What You’ll Do:

You’ll operate various machines — with safety as a top priority — to assist in the production of a Springfield-based machine shop.

What You’ll Need:

At least 1 year experience in machining

High school diploma or GED

Reliable transportation

Good work history

Hours:

7am – 3:30pm

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a privately-held company that was founded in the early 1970s. The staff is relatively small — less than 30.

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: $13.00 to $15.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send resumes to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

Forklift Operator (Springfield, OH)

Start immediately and earn weekly overtime!

What You’ll Do:

You’ll use a forklift to move materials around a prominent paper mill in Springfield. The machine itself has a hydraulic lifting mechanism, and forks for moving heavy and large objects.

What You’ll Need:

Forklift experience (you’ll be tested before you start work)

Punctuality

Reliable transportation

Hours:

10pm – 6am

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that was founded in the USA some 20 years ago and, since then, has shown dramatic growth with sophisticated manufacturing facilities in more than 25 states.

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: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

Machine Helpers (Springfield, OH)

What You’ll Do:

You’ll work within a team setting to load/unload machines that produces various products for one of the largest paper mills in the nation.

What You’ll Need:

Training Available

Punctuality

Reliable transportation

Hours:

10pm – 6am

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that was founded in the USA some 20 years ago and, since then, has shown dramatic growth with sophisticated manufacturing facilities in more than 25 states.

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: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also send a resume to

lewis@barrystaff.com

 

 

BarryStaff Holds Successful Job Fair

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There were several unknowns.

BarryStaff opened its Springfield branch in 2015 and expectations for a job fair in mid-June were somewhat tempered. Did people know about the new office? If not, were they willing to find it?

There was nothing to worry about.

The job fair, held June 8, was more successful than BarryStaff ever imagined. More than 50 percent of the applicants interviewed were qualified to fill oft-needed positions at Clark County area companies.

One man, who said he saw advertisements for the job fair in the newspaper and on TV, said people are willing to do anything to work.

“I think (job fairs) are a good thing,” he said. “There are a lot of people who need jobs and there are a lot of good workers who aren’t working.”

Roughly 25 people interviewed over the span of a few hours.

BarryStaff is currently in the midst of planning another job fair, this time at the company’s headquarters in Dayton. Details will be released as plans are finalized.

How to Make the Job Search Process More Enjoyable Than a Trip to the Dentist

1) Break it down

Not as in MC Hammer moves, but if that helps, go for it!

The process is large and daunting. Where to begin? Well, at the beginning. Start with a self-evaluation or online assessment to keep things as objective (vs. emotionally driven or reactive) as possible.

You want to set yourself up for success, so make an effort to ensure that jobs to which you apply are relevant, of interest, mesh with your personality, fit within your requirements and meet most of your “desirable” components of a job.

2) Call in the troops

Ask for help.

I’ll say it again: ASK FOR HELP.

Why not? Your cousin could know a neighbor that has the best job that hasn’t even been posted yet. How do you know if you don’t ask? Why in the world do you want to make the process even more challenging?

Feel awkward asking for help? That’s okay. It’s really not “Hi. I’m unemployed. Whatcha got for me?” It’s more along the lines of perhaps having coffee with a previous colleague, neighbor or friend, sharing your story and stating you’d love to hear their suggestions regarding type of position, suggested companies and/or if they’d mind taking a look at your resume.

3) Stay organized

If you launch into a fierce job search, you need to make sure you keep up with the status of each position to which you’ve applied.

If you state you’re going to follow up with a recruiter (and you should) be sure to do so. If you’ve created a schedule outlining 3 information sessions/coffee talks with colleagues each week, why, that requires both planning and follow up. It can be overwhelming. Take it one step at a time.

To stay organized, use what works best for you. Perhaps it’s an app, an online calendar or you prefer to rock the old school folder option (in my opinion, this is the most effective).

4) Do something fun

Bribing is so underrated.

Looking for a job will feel like a job.

Set yourself up for small rewards. Granted, probably your cash flow is a bit more limited, so I’m not saying take yourself out for a lobster dinner nightly. Perhaps it’s just giving yourself “me” time, a relaxing bath, a run at the park, taking your daughter to lunch, meeting up with a friend, reading a book, etc.

Still, if you look forward to it, it helps get you through the tedious parts (say, oh, completing yet another job application!).

5) Learn something new

If the job search process is occurring while you’re unemployed, perhaps you find yourself with a little extra time on your hands.

Now’s a great time to learn a new skill. Coursera.org and other sites have amazing free courses that are from our nation’s (and other countries, in fact) top schools. It’s an instant ego boost and conversation starter “So, yeah, I’m also taking this Leading Strategic Innovation in Organizations course and thinking about enrolling in Penn State’s Creativity, Innovation and Change.

If courses aren’t of interest, what about a new sport or outside activity? If neither is of interest, perhaps consider volunteering.

Stay positive, proactive and professional. Easier said than done, absolutely.