Sierra Army Depot accepting applications for temporary positions
Applications will only be received by mail or can be placed in a drop box at Sierra Army Depot Pass and ID Office during normal working days — from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
The work schedule for these positions is 10 hours per shift with one half hour for lunch. The shift could be either day, night or rotating.
You must be at least 18 years old and a United States citizen and successfully complete a security background check.
If applying for Wage Grade/Wage Leader/Wage Supervisor (WG/WL/WS) positions, you must be able to lift and carry 45 pounds on a regular and recurring basis and have a current valid state driver's license.
Wage Grade positions are contingent upon the successful completion of a medical physical exam, and a urine analysis test for drug screening.
All positions entitle you to federal benefits such as retirement, life insurance and health benefits.
Interested applicants can either go to the Workforce Alliance located on Chestnut Street or to Sierra’s website at sierra.army.mil and click on the “We are hiring” button for additional information on how to apply and a list of positions.
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