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Nestlé Waters plant grows

First Posted: 1:54 pm - August 27th, 2015

Contributed photo As Nestlé Waters North America begins to hire workers for its new Chesterfield County bottling plant, construction on the facility near McBee is edging closer to completion. Workers have begun painting the building’s exterior and have added skylights, said Lance Tully, Nestlé Waters’ senior natural resource specialist for the region. The second job fair for production operator, forklift/loader operator, maintenance mechanic and team coordinator positions is set from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at McBee High School, 264 E. Pine Ave. Candidates are asked to bring an updated resume to the job fair and apply online before the event at www.nestlewaterscareers.com/south-carolina.
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As Nestlé Waters North America begins to hire workers for its new Chesterfield County bottling plant, construction on the facility near McBee is edging closer to completion. Workers have begun painting the building’s exterior and have added skylights, said Lance Tully, Nestlé Waters’ senior natural resource specialist for the region. The second job fair for production operator, forklift/loader operator, maintenance mechanic and team coordinator positions is set from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at McBee High School, 264 E. Pine Ave. Candidates are asked to bring an updated resume to the job fair and apply online before the event at www.nestlewaterscareers.com/south-carolina.

Contributed photo As Nestlé Waters North America begins to hire workers for its new Chesterfield County bottling plant, construction on the facility near McBee is edging closer to completion. Workers have begun painting the building’s exterior and have added skylights, said Lance Tully, Nestlé Waters’ senior natural resource specialist for the region. The second job fair for production operator, forklift/loader operator, maintenance mechanic and team coordinator positions is set from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at McBee High School, 264 E. Pine Ave. Candidates are asked to bring an updated resume to the job fair and apply online before the event at www.nestlewaterscareers.com/south-carolina.
http://thecherawchronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_nestle-plant.jpgContributed photo As Nestlé Waters North America begins to hire workers for its new Chesterfield County bottling plant, construction on the facility near McBee is edging closer to completion. Workers have begun painting the building’s exterior and have added skylights, said Lance Tully, Nestlé Waters’ senior natural resource specialist for the region. The second job fair for production operator, forklift/loader operator, maintenance mechanic and team coordinator positions is set from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at McBee High School, 264 E. Pine Ave. Candidates are asked to bring an updated resume to the job fair and apply online before the event at www.nestlewaterscareers.com/south-carolina.
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