Looking for Work?

April 6, 2011 12:00 AM
Looking for Work?
" ATLANTA (WAOK) The Transportation Security Administration at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has announced it will be looking for candidates to work as part-time security officers. With the opening of the airport’s new international terminal next year, TSA wants to hire more than 200 part-time workers.  Starting wages begin at $14.59 per hour, according to a statement from The Department of Homeland Security. Even though the positions will be part time, workers will still be eligible for health insurance, life insurance, retirement, paid vacation and sick leave.

The jobs are expected to be posted later this week on the at usajobs.gov. "

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