Wood Temporary Staffing has immediate openings in St. Joseph, Mi that are needing to be filled with qualified candidates. If you are looking for a new career or wanting something different than what you have now, let Wood Staffing be your transition to help you find the right fit for you. Below are just a few openings available. Please feel free to go to our job board to browse all of our positions needing to be filled, contact us with any questions or apply online. For more information please call us at 269-925-6767 or 574-234-6767.

Open Jobs:

Graphite Crucible Inspector working 3rd shift 9:30pm-6:30am. Must have manual dexterity, be able to read and understand written and verbal instructions and have a basic knowledge of the decimal measuring system. Must be able to understand accept/reject criteria and exercise judgment.
Must pass a visual acuity examination and be able to run vision inspection equipment. The work will be repetitive and light-occasional lifting of up to 15 pounds may be required. This is an hourly position performing visual inspection and packaging of carbon crucibles and operation of automatic vision equipment. Wage starts at $13.00/hr. For more information please contact Rena Graham at 269-605-4131.
Stockroom Attendant working 7:00am-3:30pm. Will be doing stockroom duties, moving parts to printout, pick material for customer and production orders and deliver materials to the production floor. Must have strong team skills, good interaction with others and able to work with limited supervision. Must be quality oriented, accurate with numbers, counting and clerical functions. Must be able to lift 3lbs to 30lbs occasionally. Wage starts at $12.50/hr and goes to $14.00/hr. when perm hired. For more information please contact Rena Graham at

Production Assembler working 1st shift 7:00am-3:30p. Will be required to build small and/or repetitive assemblies. Have good work habits and get along with co-workers. This position will have the responsibility and authority to do the following: Stop production, take corrective action or involve the appropriate people to correct any condition found to contribute to poor quality. Make sure they have the correct parts for the assemblies they build, as specified on the work instructions. complete scheduled assemblies in a timely and efficient manner. Successfully complete the Soldering Techniques course and applicable Department Skills Training. Complete any required training programs, learn to read and work from blueprints, process sheets, a sample or other work instructions. Have the ability to use hand, air and power tools. Be able to work independently and comply with all department and company rules. To apply for this position please go to


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