Friday, February 8, 2013
Here's your weekly roundup of who's hiring in Hazelwood and nearby.
Each week, Patch brings you a list of businesses seeking to fill positions in the City of Hazelwood and in nearby communities. Remember you can get instant news updates. Like Hazelwood Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, or signup for the Hazelwood Patch newsletter here. Who's Hiring: City of Hazelwood Police Department Location: Hazelwood Job: Police Clerk Description:The City of Hazelwood is seeking a detail-oriented, part-time police clerk. This fast-paced environment. A high school diploma or equivalent, vocational/technical training in word processing and office practices is required. Up to 19 hours per week. Pay: $13.96/hour Requirements: Excellent writing and communication skills, MS Office and MS Word experience, and …
Friday, November 30, 2012
The card was used at a Schnucks, Shell station, Walgreens and McDonalds, police said.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Friday, November 30, 2012
A department store employee at Chesterfield Mall had his credit-debit card stolen by a co-worker, police said. Omega Jones, 21, of the 5300 block of Knoll Creek Drive in Hazelwood, was charged Monday with stealing a credit card, a class C felony, and fraudulent use of a credit card, a class A misdemeanor. Chesterfield Police said the credit card was stolen Aug. 5 from the Macy's shoe department stock room and used at a Schnucks, Shell gas station, Walgreens and McDonalds. Jones was working on the day of the theft and was the only shoe department employee who left the store before the fraudulent charges were made, police said. The police report indicated that Jones admitted stealing the card and making the purchases. Bond was set at $10,000…
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Most retailers surveyed said they planned to offer more overtime instead of hiring additional workers this holiday season.
Things are looking up for retailers as solid sales in recent months could mean that shoppers are ready to spend more this holiday season, according to an L.A. Times business report. Despite the expected sales growth, 67 percent of retailers surveyed by the Hay Group planned to keep their seasonal hiring at the same levels as last year, and 24 percent plan to hire even fewer workers. Charlotte Russe, along with Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW) are two companies that participated in the survey. DSW reported exceptional sales growth this year, but is one of the retailers that plans to offer more hours to its normal sales staff rather than hire additional workers, the Wall Street Journal stated. Best Buy, is another retailer that will hire fewer …
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Need some new clothes? Are you ushering in spring by having fresh flowers around the house? Take a look at this week's deals.
Hazelwood Patch presents some pretty good deals in this edition of Frugal Family, our weekly column highlighting deals to save you money on both necessities and entertainment. 1. Old Navy Grab some new clothes with the "Semi-Anuual Stock-Up Sale," online and in-store. Deal: Clothes starting at $5. Good Through: March 16 2. Strini's Jewelers With Mother's Day and Father's Day not too far away, start shopping now. Deal: Grab dad a pocket watch for only $39.95. Good Through: while supplies last 3. Macy's Stop by the "Hot Kids and Baby Sale." If you have a coupon you get an "extra 20 percent off your purchase. Deal: 20 percent off Good Through: March 20 4. St. Jude's Flowers Now the only local flower shop in Hazelwood, stop by for a fresh …