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Bohemia, NY (16 miles from Farmingdale, NY)
Job Type: Full-time Required experience: Digital Printing: 1 Year Slitting/Rewinding: 1 Year *Willing to train highly motivated individuals looking to grow with an organization....
10 days ago
Farmingdale, NY
$45,000.00 - $50,000.00 employment type: full-time Job Description Family owned and operated since 1974, CCP Solutions, LLC has been leading our industry in the Tristate area for Kyocera/Copystar copying, printing...
28 days ago

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