These 4 companies are hiring in Cobb County this week


If you live in Cobb County and are looking for work, you'll want to check out these jobs in Kennesaw. There are quite a few to choose from, based on the latest jobs postings at Monster.com. Here are a few, with links to more information.

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Heidelberg

What it is: Manager of logistics

Where it is: Kennesaw

What you do: Direct and develop logistics activities to ensure timely shipment of products internationally and domestically; manage internal and external warehousing activities; assist with employee development and training.

What you need: Bachelor's degree; 3 to 5 years of related experience; ability to travel occasionally.

Jasper Contractors, Inc.

What it is: Legal assistant

Where it is: Kennesaw

What you do: Assist legal team in preparing for hearings and/or trials; finalize and properly file court documents; track deadlines and prepare correspondence.

What you need: Bachelor's degree, preferably in English or technical writing; strong organizational and communication skills; computer savviness; ability to work independently and adhere to confidentiality rules; experience in closing properties (title experience or extensive work in a real estate law office).

Randstad

What it is: Manufacturing engineer manager

Where it is: Smyrna

What you do: Oversee continuous improvement of the entire plant; plan downtime processes; participate in daily meetings about issues with maintenance processes.

What you need: Robotics PLC Automation experience; Six Sigma or Kaizen experience; food manufacturer experience a plus, but not required.

Randstad

What it is: Site manager

Where it is: Kennesaw

What you do: Manage all aspects of client contingent workforce, including business relationship development, recruitment, selection, and management of employees.

What you need: Three to five years of business experience; minimum of two years in either human resources or staffing; demonstrated ability to manage and resolve complex client situations in an effective manner; ability to present business reviews and workforce strategies to client groups; strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills.

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