Need a job? Springfield manufacturer seeks workers


Ohio Means Jobs-Clark County is organizing a job fair for Konecranes, a Springfield manufacturing firm that is looking to fill a variety of positions.

The job fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Ohio Means Jobs-Clark County’s office at 1345 Lagonda Ave. in Springfield.

READ MORE: Unemployment rate dips in Clark County

The company is looking to fill positions that include welders, material handlers, shipping workers and industrial painters. The starting rate for those positions is $12.50 an hour, according to information from Ohio Means Jobs-Clark County.

The company will offer benefits that include medical, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement vacation and other benefits.

Konecranes specializes in the manufacture and service of cranes and lifting equipment.

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