Work Schedule: Full time (Monday-Saturday) with a designated day off during the week and every Sunday...
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8:00am-4:30pm
Pay rate: $12-15/hour, depending on experience
What you'll do: Must be able to use an oscilloscope, voltmeter, read and understand schematics. The ideal candidate would be someone who graduated from a technical school or 2-year college with an electronics degree or certification, and...
Pay rate: $18-20/hour
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8am-5pm Job Duties: Responds to inquiries on the telephone, by email or in person in a professional, courteous and accurate manner. Assists applicants and provide basic HR information. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships and public relations. Working knowledge...
Work schedule: Mon-Fri/6:00am-3:00pm
Pay rate: $13.50/hour Duties/Responsibilities: Helps in the production of corn powder to fulfill daily orders. Working on the machines to pack the product. Perform on-site quality controls for the finished product. Cleaning and maintenance of production machines. Identify any lost, lost, or damaged material and immediately...
Pay rate: Depending on experience
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8:00am-4:30pm
Job Duties: Work together with other factory floor supervisors in order to maintain efficient and effective assembly of our products. Utilize our ERP system and verbal instruction from the manufacturing manager to...
Pay rate: $14/hour
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8am-5pm
Job Duties: Provide telephone etiquette answering, screening and transferring telephone calls. Publicly greet and provide customer for walk-ins File maintenance of confidential information Type and proofread correspondence...
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday/8:00am-4:30pm
Pay rate: $12.00/hour
Skills required: Work well with minimal supervision Must be very dependable Take ownership in work Attention to detail Work well in a team environment
Work environment: Climate controlled and stationary work
Apply online at prioritypersonnel.com.
Pay rate: $13/hour
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/7:00am-3:30pm Duties include but are not limited to: Primary responsibility is to inspect incoming material/parts to specifications to identify material/part discrepancies for non-conformance and document and report variances. Performs mechanical and electronic part inspections. To include, machine shop first...
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8am-5pm Pay rate: $13/hour
Apply online at prioritypersonnel.com or call 512-392-2323.
Work Schedule: Mon-Fri/8am-5pm
Pay rate: $14.25/hour
Duties include but are not limited to: Deliver excellent customer service Review work lists Help manage specific financial aid resources and data Advise students according to university, state and federal financial aid rules and processes Keep abreast of all pertinent...
Work Schedule: Mon-Thurs/ 6:00am - 4:30pm
Pay rate: $17/hour
Job Duties: Manually or mechanically load and unload materials from pallets, skids, platforms,...
Pay rate: $12.50/hour Work Schedule: Monday - Friday/5:45am-6:00pm (12 hour shift)
Benefits: Medical/Dental and Vision (if elected) will start on the 1st of the month following their hire date. 401(k) savings plan is...
Why choose Priority Personnel?
Priority provides skilled temporary and long-term employees across a broad range of occupations including light industrial, office-clerical, technical, professional and retail.
Who we are
Priority Personnel, an award winning staffing firm, has been serving the central Texas area since it was founded in San Marcos, Texas in 1993.
Message from Priority Personnel’s, a division of Hamilton-Ryker, President and CEO Kelly McCreight regarding COVID-19: “Our people are our most valuable asset, and we are taking all the necessary steps to protect them”.
We are currently in the midst of one of the most devastating events that our country has experienced, but Priority Personnel is prepared to take on the Coronavirus pandemic head-on. We know that adversity builds character, and over our 50 years, we have been through multiple recessions and 9/11. We fortunately, and unfortunately, have quite a history of character building. We fully understand the impact that this ordeal is having on our employees – both direct and temporary, our partner clients, and the communities in which we operate. We got here together, and we will get through this together.
That is why we have implemented changes in our operations and processes to ensure successful business continuity for all. All our offices, from Texas to Washington D.C. continue to operate; following federal, state, local and company guidelines for business operations. However, we have taken these steps to ensure the well-being of all our stakeholders:
- Direct Employees – We have implemented measures to protect those working in our offices that interact with the public face-to-face, such as; restricting access into the offices, conducting interviews by phone or videoconferencing instead of in-person, and having our offices sanitized daily using CDC-recommended techniques and products. We have also requested that non-essential travel cease and that non-operations personnel work from home.
- Temporary Employees (Associates) – We have been in direct communication with our approximately 11,000 temporary and contract employees who represent us at various client sites across the Southeast region of the U.S. using internal e-mail and texting systems. Priority Personnel has been sharing information and guidance from the CDC with them and is available to address any issues that may arise, including and up to any potential contraction of the virus. We will also stay abreast of any government-sponsored financial resources that we can pass along to our Associates if they are forced to be out of work due to COVID-19.
- Partner Clients – We have been working side-by-side with our partners to ensure the health and safety of our employees that work there, as well as their direct employees. With many businesses shutting down due to the potential threat, we want to work to minimize the impact of the virus to our clients’ business operations.
As we have done since our founding in 1971, we will work within our communities to ensure the success of everyone involved. We have laid out plans for any contingencies that may arise and will stay up to date with information as this situation develops. We will be ready to make additional operational changes if needed. It’s going to be a tough few months, but our company and economy have been very strong the last few years and will recover. Even though our nation and company have seen many challenges over the last 50 years—I am confident that we will get through this and come out even stronger on the back end.