Business Bits: Sam’s Club opens Romeoville hiring center
June 14, 2013 11:38PM
Updated: July 17, 2013 6:58AM
ROMEOVILLE — Sam’s Club will hire more than 150 employees to work at its new club set to open this fall. The company has opened a hiring center at 54 S. Weber Road in High Point Square.
Mayor John Noak and the Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce will be on hand at 3 p.m. Tuesday for a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the hiring center.
Club manager Rigoberto Cortez will be seeking cashiers, cart pushers, mid-level floor partners, specialty cake decorators, pharmacy technicians, optical specialists and more.
Recycling specialist on task force
JOLIET – Will County Recycling Specialist Marta Keane has been appointed to a 21-member task force charged with reviewing recycling and solid waste management in Illinois.
Task Force on the Advancement of Materials Recycling appointees will have a maximum of two years to analyze recycling and waste management policies, initiatives and funding in Illinois. Members will then report their findings and recommendations to the governor and General Assembly, at which time the task force will be dissolved. Keane was appointed by the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity due to her experience and presidency of the Illinois Recycling Association.
Plainfield lawyer admitted to U.S. Supreme Court bar
PLAINFIELD — Edward Jarot Jr. of Plainfield was admitted to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court in a ceremony held in Washington, D.C. on June 3.
Jarot is a partner with the Joliet law firm of Dystrup, Hoster & Jarot. A native of the Plainfield/Joliet area, Jarot received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University, his law degree from Loyola University Chicago and his master’s of Laws in Taxation from John Marshall Law School in 2001.
He serves on the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry board and the Rialto Square Theater Foundation.
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