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Title: Manufacturer eyes Missoula for expansion; needs 200-300 metal workers
Post by: Basil Fishbone on September 02, 2012, 10:30:56 am
 

Here's a potential job opportunity if you are qualified.   Basil
 
http://missoulian.com/business/local/manufacturer-eyes-missoula-for-expansion-needs---metal-workers/article_bfebf1f4-f3aa-11e1-aa65-0019bb2963f4.html
 
Manufacturer eyes Missoula for expansion; needs 200-300 metal workers
 
By JENNA CEDERBERG of the Missoulian
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A large, international industrial manufacturing company is ready to expand and has its eyes on Missoula.

But before company officials decide if they’ll settle it here – bringing with it hundreds of jobs that pay well – they want to know if Missoula has the work force to support it.

“They’re very enamored with us, what is missing is that they’re not 100 percent sure we can supply a qualified work force,” said Wolf Ametsbichler, Missoula Job Service director. “What they need are certified – and that’s important – welders, pipefitters, boilermakers, people with metal fabrication skills.

“We’re looking at 200 to 300 jobs.” ...<snip>...


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Title: Re: Manufacturer eyes Missoula for expansion; needs 200-300 metal workers
Post by: MamaLiberty on September 02, 2012, 10:38:05 am
Info sent to both of my sons. They are qualified, just so far not motivated enough to leave Calif. We shall see...
Title: Re: Manufacturer eyes Missoula for expansion; needs 200-300 metal workers
Post by: Rarick on September 03, 2012, 09:07:56 pm
I would be happy to move if only for an opportunity to relocate with some sort of paying job at the other end and build on the opportunity that would be provided.   Metal working related to the oil industry- sounds like a company looking to position itself close to the Dakota strikes?