Who's Hiring?

A roundup of recent local job listings in and around Dunwoody.

Attention job seekers - whether you're unemployed and looking for a job or you have a job and want to find a better one - we're here to help. Here's a few open positions to get you pointed in the right direction.

A law clerk is wanted for 20-hours to work for a litigation partner. Student must be in 2nd year of law school and in the top 50 percent of the class.

A part-time sales associate is wanted in the Dunwoody/Sandy Springs area for Curves, described as the largest women's fitness organization in the nation. The job is part-time and is salary-plus-commission. CPR certification is needed as well as living locally.

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A Latin tutor is wanted for a higher-level student at DHS. The company, "Tutor Doctor", offers $22 an hour, acccording to their advertisement. Instruction would take place in the Dunwoody or Sandy Springs libraries.

Farm Burger, a new restaurant opening soon in Georgetown Shopping Center, is looking for front-of-the-house and back-of-the-house employees for a high-volume restaurant. Interviews are being conducted through Friday.

Full time and part-time translators are wanted to work with marketing and product-management professionals. The company sells Air Watch, a web-based mobile device.

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Remember, Dunwoody Patch can't guarantee the veracity of the above job listings. Be sure and do your background research before applying.







Jane Stewart September 04, 2012 at 10:47 PM
4 job listings in Dunwoody? Yowsa. Not a good sign.
Jason Massad September 05, 2012 at 12:51 AM
Jane, not to be a pill, but there are five local listings. Those are selected from some of the best of the job ad services and is not meant to be comprehensive.


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