Major Springfield employer looking to hire workers


Assurant — one of the biggest employers in Springfield — will host open interviews for various positions at OhioMeansJobs of Clark County from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, July 20.

The company is seeking applicants for various positions, including loss draft specialists, research specialists, processing specialists and customer care specialists. Most positions start at $12.50 per hour, according to information from the company.

Basic qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, basic computer skills, a minimum of one year work experience and verbal, written and listening skills. Residents are asked to call 937-327-1961 with any questions. OhioMeansJobs of Clark County is located at 1345 Lagonda Ave. in Springfield.

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