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Job Openings in Warner Robins

Job Openings in Warner Robins

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

You can see more jobs available in Central Georgia on 13WMAZ's Job Market Thursday page.

 

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    Job Title:    Site Supervisor
    Location:    Warner Robins GA
    Pay:          N/A
    Education:  12 Year/GED
    Job Number:GA8035570
    Twelve (12) months experience managing a medical office; high school diploma or GED.

     

    • Job Title:    Electricians/Electrical Apprentices
      Location:    Warner Robins GA
      Pay: N/A
      Education:  12 Years/GED
      Job Number:GA8035097
      Twenty-four (24) months experience performing electrical work; valid driver's license; high school diploma or GED. Employer will waive experience requirement for candidates with a diploma or certificate in industrial maintenance or candidates that have completed electrical courses or training.
    • Job Title:    Boom Truck/ Crane Operator
      Location:    Warner Robins GA
      Pay:          N/A
      Education:  N/A
      Job Number:GA8034990
      Twelve (12) months experience operating crane/boom truck; must have NCCCO crane certifications.

Pre-Council Agenda for Thursday

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4 p.m. September 15 City Council Meeting

1. Opening Prayer led by Pastor Bruce Brookshire of Grace Fellowship Church

2. Pledge of Allegiance by Councilman

3. Mayor Shaheen Officially Opens Meeting

4. Presentation of Proclamation/Awards -- Jay's Hope-- Christie del Amo --Easter Seals--Denise Creel --Wounded Warrior-- Cheri Sigmon --Educate the Public on Precinct Changes-- Pam Bowers and Vida Rawls

5. Presentation of Minutes--Simms

6. Purchasing Bids

7. Resolution-- Refund Revenue Bonds Service 2011 -Brian Ubell 8. Resolution- Employee Promotion-Wilbanks

9. Ordinance- Annexation- Simms

10. Citizens Comments

11. Council Comments

Congressman Austin Scott Opens New District Office in Warner Robins

Congressman Austin Scott Opens New District Office in Warner Robins

The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Congressman Austin Scott (GA-08) to the Robins Region on Friday, April 8.

“Warner Robins is right where we feel we need to be,” said Congressman Scott.  “This district office location puts us within 10 minutes of Robins AFB, the largest employer in our district.  From here we have direct access to the base and by the same token, we are also able to offer the businesses and families that live in this area a convenient and direct link to their Representative in Congress.”

Congressman Scott’s wife, Vivien Scott was present on behalf of her husband to offer thanks for the tremendous community support.

“We are proud to be in Warner Robins and have received a lot of support from the local community,” said Vivien Scott.  “Austin and I knew that it was a great decision to have this office here.”

Your County Census Data: What You Expected?

Your County Census Data: What You Expected?

Houston County's population has grown by 26 percent, according to the 2010 U.S. Census.

That's a population of 139,900 people in 2010, up from the 110,765 counted in 2000.

Does this growth surprise you? We want to know: what factors do you think have contributed to the growth?

View our 2010 U.S. Census Interactive Map.

Houston County Habitat for Humanity Awarded Grant

Houston County Habitat for Humanity Awarded Grant

Publix Super Markets Charities awarded a $7,500 grant to Houston County Habitat for Humanity. 

Houston County Habitat will use these funds to partner with low-income families in Houston County to construct simple, decent, and affordable homes, a Houston County Habitat for Humanity press release says.

Publix Super Markets Charities is a long-term Habitat supporter.  Since 2003 Publix Charities has awarded HoCo Habitat nine annual grants totaling $43,500.

“We appreciate the sustained support from Publix Charities,” said Tom Prior HoCo Habitat Executive Director, “There are many hard-working people employed in low-wage, but very essential jobs who cannot afford decent housing for their family.  Grants like this are vital in our effort to deliver affordable housing to fill that gap.”