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Goodwill holding job fair for new employees in Diboll, Lufkin and Nacogdoches

Several managers are interview applicants for at least 12 new positions at Goodwill. Several managers are interview applicants for at least 12 new positions at Goodwill.
Goodwill's job fair will continue through Wednesday. Goodwill's job fair will continue through Wednesday.

The business of resale is causing Goodwill of Central East Texas to increase its number of employees.

This week at the Goodwill Administrative Office and Employment Services, 301 Hill Street, managers are interviewing for new employees at its three locations: Diboll, Lufkin and Nacogdoches.  They are looking to hired more than a dozen people for its three locations.

Anthony Hampton, Senior Director of Donated Goods/Retail said, "We've been fortunate enough to be able to maintain and staff our stores with more additional positions that we didn't have. At this point, we're at a growth phase. We're just trying to keep up with demand."
Managers are interviewing for six openings in Nacogdoches, five positions in Lufkin and two attendees for its donation center in the Belks Shopping Center off Whitehouse Drive.  Goodwill continue to take applications and resumes for the positions through Wednesday.
To apply, call (936) 632-8838 and ask for Human Resources or email Judy.Spellbring@lufkingoodwill.org.
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