Memphis Chamber list of jobs available right now. ***This is a very long list of Memphis opportunities!
Taylor Berger has started this service:
Two Broke Bartenders and a Truck – If you don’t feel comfortable leaving your house, get help from recently displaced workers. Call 901-504-4749 or fill out the form on their website to ask for assistance. They offer to shop, pick up groceries, cook, make drinks, unclog toilets, fix doorknobs, move stuff, or anything else you need. For now, this service is employing his own employees, but reach out in case he has demand for more.
Trezevant Manor is hiring – apply here.
Eagle Distributing is hiring – see info here. Eagle Job Description PDF
East of Chicago Pizza Germantown has a “we’re hiring” sign on their door.
Target is hiring – here is the link.
Kroger is hiring – here is the link.
The Recruiting Manager for Comfort-Keepers-Midsouth has reached out. They are hiring and you can apply online here. They provide in-home Caregivers and Companions who attend to the NON-medical needs of Seniors in Shelby, Tipton and Desoto Counties and are currently hiring for multiple positions, shifts and locations. They require that caregivers have a personal vehicle, valid driver’s license and current auto insurance. They typically also prefer at least 2 years of experience, but depending on the life experience of the candidates, they will consider personal/family experience in caregiving in addition to an actual facility or private care experience.
Please consider forwarding information on your displaced associates. We will forward it to the HR departments of companies that are hiring. If you have a list of displaced employees, please send that list, along with your contact information, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Include as much info that you have available, including the associates’:
- Zip Code
Additionally, you can ask individual associates to submit their information directly at www.tngrocer.org/jobs.
HospitalityTN has partnered with the Tennessee Grocers & Convenient Store Association, the Retail Association, and the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce to quickly connect hospitality industry job seekers to hiring companies in the grocery, retail, and logistics industries. This new program, called “Tennessee Talent Exchange”, is designed to help transition workers from one industry in need of immediate employment to job opportunities in another industry that is current in need of an expanded workforce. Click this link for more information.
Please see this post for companies that offer meal delivery. Your employee may be able to find work as a delivery driver.
Walmart, Costco, and Amazon are benefiting and booming during this crisis. Consider applying there (or in Amazon’s case, applying as a delivery driver.)
Shipt and Instacart allow one to choose their hours. Uber and Lyft probably need more drivers right now.
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