Find Available Jobs
For years, most people began their job searches by looking at the classified ads in the local newspaper. Today they usually go online. Click here for some advice on how to look for jobs online — and how to avoid some common mistakes.
But here's the most important advice: Don't rely completely on websites to find job opportunities. Talk about your job search with other people, including family, friends, people you went to school with, people you used to work with — anyone who might know about jobs that are available, or that might be about to become available.
This is called networking. It will increase your chances of finding a job sooner rather than later. You may be surprised at how many people can give you good tips, and how happy they are to do it.
Here are some links to the websites of employers located in and around Pitt County. Each listing includes the community in which most of the employer's jobs are located, the employer's product or service, and the approximate number of employees.
Most of the links below will take you directly to job postings. For employers that do not recruit through their websites, the links will take you to the employers' home pages.
P.S. Please keep in mind that links are often changed. If a link no longer leads to an employer's website, please let us know!
AccuLink: Greenville; commercial printing & binding; about 50 employees.
Alliance One International: Farmville; tobacco Processing; about 850 employees.
Ambleside, Inc.: Snow Hill; healthcare; about 60 employees.
Argan, Inc. (The Roberts Company): Winterville; metal fabrication; about 650 employees.
Attindas Hygiene Partners: Greenville; paper products; about 300 employees.
Bojangles: Greenville; restaurants; about 500 employees.
Carolina Classics: Ayden; catfish processing; about 120 employees.
CMI Plastics, Inc.: Ayden; plastics thermoforming; about 60 employees.
Coastal AgroBusiness: Greenville; pesticides; about 150 employees.
Concentrix: Greenville; customer service center; about 530 employees.
Cooke Communications / Daily Reflector: Greenville; printing / newspaper; about 180 employees.
DSM Dyneema: Greenville; chemicals; about 350 employees.
East Carolina University: Greenville; education; about 5560 employees.
Eastern Carolina Vocational Center: Greenville; picture frames & battery terminals; about 190 employees.
Executive Personnel: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 50 employees.
Food Lion: Greenville; grocery stores; about 700 employees.
Grady-White Boats: Greenville; fiberglass boats ; about 200 employees.
Greene County Government: Snow Hill; local government; about 150 employees.
Greene County Health Care: Snow Hill; healthcare; about 80 employees.
Greene County Public Schools: Snow Hill; education; about 300 employees.
Greenville City Government: Greenville; local government; about 760 employees.
Greenville Utilities Commission: Greenville; public utilities; about 420 employees.
Ham Produce (aka Ham Farms): Snow Hill; food processing; about 150 employees.
The Hammock Source: Greenville; canvas products; about 150 employees.
Harris Teeter: Greenville; grocery stores; about 300 employees.
Hexacomb / PCA: Farmville; honeycomb structural panels; about 50 employees.
Holden Temporaries: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 50 employees.
Hyster-Yale (formerly NACCO Materials Handling): Greenville; lift trucks; about 1000 employees.
Jack A. Farrior Steel Works: Farmville; metal fabrication; about 60 employees.
Manpower: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 60 employees.
Megaforce: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 50 employees.
Mestek (formerly Sterling Radiator): Farmville; gas & steam unit heaters; about 170 employees.
Metallix: Greenville; precious metals refining; about 70 employees.
Metrics Contract Services: Greenville; pharmaceuticals; about 300 employees.
North Carolina State Government: Greenville; government; about 800 employees.
Nease Staffing: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 75 employees.
NWL Capacitors: Snow Hill; electrical components; about 60 employees.
Package Craft: Bethel; corrugated containers; about 40 employees.
Parrott Canvas: Greenville; canvas products; about 40 employees.
Physicians East: Greenville; healthcare; about 540 employees.
Pitt Community College: Greenville; education; about 950 employees.
Pitt County Government: Greenville; local government; about 910 employees.
Pitt County Schools: Greenville; education; about 2810 employees.
Roebuck Staffing: Greenville; temporary staffing; about 75 employees.
Thermo Fisher Scientific: Greenville; pharmaceuticals; about 900 employees.
US Federal Government
UNX: Greenville; laundry chemicals; about 70 employees.
Vidant Health (ECU Health): Greenville; healthcare; about 6900 employees.
Wal-Mart: Greenville; department and grocery stores; about 800 employees.
Wells Fargo Dealer Services: Winterville; financial services; about 330 employees.
Weyerhaeuser: Ayden; pine lumber; about 170 employees.
Winterville Machine Works: Winterville; machine assembly; about 70 employees.
Most multi-employer websites copy their job postings from employer websites. Most of them also allow employers to post job openings directly. That's why you may see the same job listed on several different multi-employer sites, or even several times on the same site. Since looking at several multi-employer sites probably won't help you find many more good job postings than looking at just a few sites, you may want to pick a few that you like and then visit them regularly.
Most multi-employer sites allow you to search by location (zip code, city, county, or region) and by the type of job that interests you. Since jobs can be classified in many different ways, you will run less chance of missing a good job opening if you search only by location.
Also, a multi-employer site might not take down a job posting as soon as it has been closed by the employer. As a first step in applying for a job posting that you find on a multi-employer site, check with the employer to make sure the job is still open.
In addition to job listings, many multi-employer sites include advice and resources for job seekers. Some of this is good, and some isn't.
Please be aware that it is generally a bad idea to sign up for “email job alerts.” These will often flood your email in-box with job postings that aren’t related to your interests or skills. And important emails from employers might get lost in the jumble.
Finally, remember to be careful of scams!
NC Works Online: Sponsored by the North Carolina state government.
Career Onestop: Sponsored by the US Department of Labor.
Better Greenville Jobs: A commercial site that includes job postings from in and near the Greenville area.
Craigslist: This portion of the website includes job postings from all over eastern North Carolina. Craigslist can be especially helpful for finding jobs with small employers who may not post their job openings elsewhere. But be careful: Craigslist contains many scams. If a job posting is unclear about what type of work is involved, or if it seems too good to be true, then watch out!
Linked In: This website may be especially helpful for people looking for professional or other white-collar jobs. Users are required to register and create a profile before starting a job search. Linked In also has features that can help users network.
The links below will connect you with some of the larger commercial multi-employer websites.
Career Builder Live Career
Glass Door Simply Hired
Indeed Snag a Job
Link Up Zip Recruiter