Friday, December 7, 2012
The Arnold City Council approved the issuance of up to $88 million in bonds to pay for the expansion, which will create 25 to 60 additional plant positions and hundreds of construction jobs.
The 130,000-square-foot expansion of Anheuser Busch-InBev's Metal Container Corporation in Arnold is a go. On Thursday, the Arnold City Council approved the issuance of up to $88 million in bonds to help pay for the expansion, which will create an additional 25-to-60 full-time plant positions and hundreds of construction jobs. The measure also approves the plan for the project. Stay up-to-date on business news in the community by liking Arnold Patch on Facebook. The council voted 5-to-2 in favor of the measure. Councilmembers Doris Borgelt, Ward 1, and Michelle Hohmeier, Ward 2, cast the opposing votes. Ward 4 Councilwoman Sandra Kownacki was absent from the meeting. In an interview after the meeting, Ward 3 Councilman Phil Amato told …
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Job seekers are encouraged to visit the company's website to apply online.
Today, Indianapolis-based appliance and electronics dealer hhgregg announced it is seeking enthusiastic, highly motivated St. Louis area residents to fill approximately 240 positions for four new major appliance and consumer electronics stores set to open this fall, including a store in the former Linens and Things location at Gravois Bluffs, in Fenton. Approximately 60 positions are available for commissioned sales associates, managers-in-training, warehouse staff and customer service merchandisers at each of the following new store locations: Fenton: 101 Gravois Bluff, Dr. Fenton, MO 63026 St. Peters: 301 Costco Way, St. Peters, MO 63376 Fairview Heights: 5925 North Illinois, Fairview Heights, IL 62208 Chesterfield: Chesterfield-Airport …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
A popular pizza maker in the St. Louis area expects to hire up to 150 new employees this year.
The typical Domino's pizza delivery person earns between $12-18 per hour. And the franchise owners expect to hire about 150 more people in the St. Louis area, says the St. Louis Business Journal website. The restaurants want to hire delivery drivers, customer service specialists and assistant managers. Mark Ratterman, who owns 53 restaurants, said Domino's excited about the chances to grow in St. Louis and offer more jobs to people. Ratterman was a delivery driver in Columbia, MO, the business journal website said.