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We are looking to grow our team with a couple dynamic individuals that are open to learning our business, consider themselves a team player and have an optimistic attitude. If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply today! Montello Heel Manufacturing is hiring for both full and part time positions. We will train you, no experience necessary. This is general factory work. We offer paid vacations, holidays, insurance and profit sharing. Please apply in person at Montello Heel Manufacturing located at 13 Emerson Avenue in Brockton, MA. Montello Heel Manufacturing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Montello Heel Manufacturing are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications. We will not tolerate discrimination or harassment. A little history on our company: Housed in the same building since 1908, Montello Heel Manufacturing, Inc. is a third-generation family business. The business name is derived from the area of the city it was founded upon and remains to this day. Montello Heel celebrated its 100th year in 2008. AN ICON IN SHOE CITY Brockton, Massachusetts was known as the Shoe Capital of the United States in the early to mid-1900s. At its peak, there were 91 shoe factories in the city. Daniel Waldo Field, an accomplished merchant, distinguished farmer, and prominent shoemaker once owned the very building that Montello Heel is located in. In fact, the building has been a shoe component manufacturing plant since it opened its doors in the late 1890s. D.W. Field operated the shoe factory into the early 1900s. The popularity of the city attracted the attention of national leaders such leader as U.S. President William H. Taft. Taft's motorcade came thru Brockton on Centre Street on October 3, 1912. To this day, D.W. Field has a public park and a golf course in Brockton named after him, and Montello Heel is the only heel manufacturer left in the city. FAMILY HERITAGE In the 1940s John Alden Pearson started working for Montello Heel. In 1956, when J.A. Pearson
We are looking to grow our team with a couple dynamic individuals that are open to learning our business, consider themselves a team player and have an optimistic attitude. If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply today! Montello Heel Manufacturing is hiring for both full and part time positions. We will train you, no experience necessary. This is general factory work. We offer paid vacations, holidays, insurance and profit sharing. Please apply in person at Montello Heel Manufacturing located at 13 Emerson Avenue in Brockton, MA. Montello Heel Manufacturing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Montello Heel Manufacturing are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications. We will not tolerate discrimination or harassment. A little history on our company: Housed in the same building since 1908, Montello Heel Manufacturing, Inc. is a third-generation family business. The business name is derived from the area of the city it was founded upon and remains to this day. Montello Heel celebrated its 100th year in 2008. AN ICON IN SHOE CITY Brockton, Massachusetts was known as the Shoe Capital of the United States in the early to mid-1900s. At its peak, there were 91 shoe factories in the city. Daniel Waldo Field, an accomplished merchant, distinguished farmer, and prominent shoemaker once owned the very building that Montello Heel is located in. In fact, the building has been a shoe component manufacturing plant since it opened its doors in the late 1890s. D.W. Field operated the shoe factory into the early 1900s. The popularity of the city attracted the attention of national leaders such leader as U.S. President William H. Taft. Taft's motorcade came thru Brockton on Centre Street on October 3, 1912. To this day, D.W. Field has a public park and a golf course in Brockton named after him, and Montello Heel is the only heel manufacturer left in the city. FAMILY HERITAGE In the 1940s John Alden Pearson started working for Montello Heel. In 1956, when J.A. Pearson
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