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Companies in West Chester, Monroe hiring more than 70 employees

June 13, 2016  |  TradeGlobal

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More than 70 jobs are available via two area companies.

Trade Global, an end-to-end eCommerce solution provider, offering best-in-class services and solutions to leading fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands on a global scale, is looking to hire 30 full-time employees and 20 part-time employees, according to Tom Dalessandro, the company’s talent acquisition manager.

TradeGlobal currently employs 1200 people at three locations in West Chester Twp., he said.

“We are looking for reliable people who are motivated to provide our clients world-class service,” Dalessandro told the Journal-News. “These needs reflect the current state of a growing enterprise.”

Available positions include call center/customer service agents with starting pay at $10 an hour. Those who are bilingual would make $11 an hour.

The company also is hiring pickers/packers at $9 an hour and warehouse/receiving at the same wage.

Open interviews are scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, June 14, at OhioMeansJobs-Butler County, 4631 Dixie Highway, Fairfield.

Also hiring is Deceuninck North America, a global leader in the extrusion of PVC profiles for the building products industry, is hiring for 24 full-time positions, according to Hannah Granger in the company’s human resources department.

Available jobs include an extrusion specialist that will set up and operate extrusion machines making plastic profiles for the window and door industry.

The company, which employs approximately 450 people, is located at 351 North Garver Road, Monroe.

Candidates for the position will be responsible for managing multiple lines, monitoring and documenting the extrusion process for the entire work shift,

The specialist must be available to work weekends and overtime and must have strong mechanical aptitude and math skills.

Starting wage is $12.25 an hour and after 6 weeks of successful training increasing to $13.25 an hour plus $1.00 shift differential.

The company “exceptional benefits” including medical, dental, 401(k), life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, tuition reimbursement and bonus potential, Granger said.

Positions are 12 hour shifts from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.

Other positions listed on the company’s website include compound operator, die maker, tool engineering, entry level cost accountant, finance/accounting, machinist, tool engineering and occupational nurse/safety coordinator.

Interested candidates may apply at


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