Local employment opportunities can be researched on The Greeneville Sun's website and on The State of Tennessee's Jobs4TN Online portal. For more information regarding employment, contact the Tennessee Career Center in Talbott, TN, at 423-317-1060. The center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
American Greetings' Greeneville facility is recruiting full-time second and third shift machine specialists. The position requires a high level of knowledge to operate several types of machinery to produce high-quality spooled giftwrap. Knowledge in the functions of set-up, running, monitoring, and maintaining equipment is required. Click to view the full job posting and visit the American Greetings website to apply directly online (Job Requisition ID Number: 10875).
“I was an 18-year-old fresh out of high school with plans to enter military service, along with two high school buddies, when my parents and high school guidance counselor offered some options. After reviewing recruiting materials, the option most appealing at the time was attending Tusculum College. It was rather unique that my letter of acceptance from Tusculum came in the form of a note from the mother of two of my childhood schoolmates, which also helped me (and my parents) make a Greene County-bound decision."
"The cab driver, who took me from the Southern Railroad Depot to the Tusculum campus, gave me my first insight into a community filled with warm, friendly people that were more than willing to help a scared young stranger in what seemed to be, at the time, a very far-away place. As I met more and more people, I realized he was no exception, but rather the measure of who a Greene Countian was."
"Our community is blessed with some of the most breathtaking scenery God created on this earth. But more importantly, He chose to place some of the finest and friendliest people on earth in the same location. The people here first impressed me, and are, in the end, why I chose to live and raise a family here … and I like to think of myself as a native son of Greene County.”
– Artie Wehenkel, Advertising Director, The Greeneville Sun Newspaper