Construction Hiring Jobs in New Bern, North Carolina
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Norfolk Southern New Bern, NC, 28563
Duties & Responsibilities * * * Perform construction or maintenance tasks associated with railroad tracks.Participate in group meetings including safety meetings, job briefings, etc. Operate hand-held powered equipment and manual tools. Minimum Qualifications * Applicants must be 18 years of age or older Must possess a valid Driver’s License Must be able to perform heavy physical labor ...
Job description Sterling Order Management IT Architect As a part of the Smarter Commerce practice, you will develop innovative solutions to our clients' most complex business and technical issues. The Sterling Order Management IT Architect is responsible for translating the client's business requirements into specific order management system, application or process designs. This includes workin...
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