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Temporary help wanted for peanut harvest

(Source: MGN Online) (Source: MGN Online)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries is accepting applications for temporary employment harvesting this year's peanut crop.

The employment would last about one to two months beginning in September. Applicants must be able to work up to 15 hours per day, seven days a week with overtime paid after 40 hours a week.

This work will consist of sampling, grading and assisting in grading of peanuts during the harvest season as they arrive at buying points throughout south Alabama. There are positions available for produce inspector making $11.54 per hour and laborer-sampler at $9.70 per hour.

Applications will be accepted and interviews will be conducted between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the locations and dates listed below. All applicants must have a high school diploma and a valid drivers license to obtain the produce inspector position.

Alabama Federal‐State Inspection Service- Aug. 18 & 19

1557 Reeves Street, Dothan, AL 36302

Eufaula Municipal CourtAug. 20

545 East Barbour, Eufaula, AL 36027

Enterprise Career Center- Aug. 20

2021 Boll Weevil Circle, Enterprise, AL 36330

Andalusia Public Library- Aug. 21

212 South Three Notch, Andalusia, AL 36420

Geneva National Guard Armory- Aug. 21

1308 W Maple Ave, Geneva, AL 36340

Birdsong Peanut Co.- August 28th

529 John Anderson Blvd., Goshen, AL 36035

Henry County Courthouse- Aug. 28

101 Court House, Abbeville, AL 36310

Foley Career Center- Sept. 3

200 West Michigan Avenue, Foley, AL 36535

Bay Minette Career Center- Sept. 4

201 Faulkner Drive, Bay Minette, AL 36507

Brewton Career Center- Sept. 4

1023 Douglas Ave, Brewton, AL 36426

West Bay Peanut Company- Sept. 5

14155 Driskell Loop Road South, Wilmer, AL 36587

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