CRANSTON, RI — The Business Workforce Center of the RI Department of Labor and Training (DLT) is working with Pinnacle Logistics, a Dallas-based logistics company, to help hire up to 300 ramp and warehouse agents. Positions are immediately available on all shifts and are located at T.F. Green Airport.
Pinnacle Logistics is a leading provider of scheduled surface transportation, supply chain management, and related logistics services within the United States. The company is seeking qualified candidates to load and unload trucks and air cargo pallets, and assist with loading and unloading cargo aircrafts. The positions require the ability to lift up to 50+ pounds. In addition, Pinnacle is looking to hire those with forklift experience but the experience is not required and Pinnacle will train suitable applicants.
Beginning on September 12, 2017, Pinnacle will have a recruiting team in Rhode Island to start interviews and the company plans to hire the new staff by October 5, 2017. For further information, and to apply, please log in to www.EmployRI.org and enter Job Number 760002.
About Pinnacle Logistics: Pinnacle Logistics' unique aviation heritage, scale, and scope enable direct airport access to international and domestic air freight. Pinnacle Logistics performs specialized services such as aircraft handling, combined with full warehouse services and direct aircraft to final delivery. The company also handles high-value, high-risk shipments that must remain in a secure warehouse environment until final delivery, and reduces the multiple handling of cargo. Pinnacle Logistics offers GPS tracking of tractors and trailers, escorts, and team drivers and has a relationship with Freight Watch. Pinnacle Logistics is "Simplifying the Supply Chain" for the freight forwards and airlines. More information can be found at http://www.pinnaclelogistics.com.
About the RI Department of Labor and Training: The RI Department of Labor and Training (DLT) offers employment services, educational services, and economic opportunity to both individuals and employers. DLT protects Rhode Island's workforce by enforcing labor laws, prevailing wage rates, and workplace health and safety standards. The department also provides temporary income support to unemployed and temporarily disabled workers. DLT's Business Workforce Center simplifies doing business in RI by coordinating job fairs, pre-screening applicants, and connecting employers with innovative methods to remain or become competitive.