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Who's Hiring? Wondercide and Integral Care looking for new team members

Every week KVUE highlights different businesses that are hiring during the pandemic in Central Texas.

AUSTIN, Texas — In this week's Who's Hiring we interviewed Wondercide, an eco-friendly pesticide company, and Integral Care, a mental health service.  

You might remember Wondercide and its chemical-free pesticides on "Shark Tank" back in 2016. Today, the Austin-based company is expanding its team. 

"It's all about our team," said Vice President of Operations Deana Houston. "We're all about families and our packs, and that starts with our living wage." 

Houston said the company is hiring multiple production and fulfillment team members to work at its headquarters' manufacturing department.

"In our manufacturing department we are bottling our products," said Houston. "It's moving down the line from bottling to labeling to packaging, and fulfillment is pick, pack and ship." 

Houston said pay is $17.50 an hour, includes benefits and no experience is needed but helpful. APPLY HERE

"If you are a thinker and a doer, curious, have grit and you enjoy working as part of a team, you should apply," said Houston. "Here in Austin we have some of the most vibrant people, and all are welcome here." 

Also looking for some passionate employees to hire is Integral Care in Travis County.

"Our services include a 24-hour helpline for anyone who needs immediate emotional support, ongoing counseling to improve mental health, drug and alcohol treatment to help with recovery, and then housing to regain health and independence," said Human Resource Generalist Darleny Hale. 

Hale said they are hiring 90 employees across their more than 40 locations in Travis County. While full-time nurses and licensed practitioners are their greatest needs, they also have entry-level and management positions.  

Below are the career opportunities available at Integral Care. APPLY HERE

Credit: KVUE

If you are hiring and want to be featured, send Daranesha Herron an email at dherron@kvue.com. 


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