FOX 26 Houston news reported Ivory Hecker recently shared a large list of employers hiring in the Houston area. While they are not neccisarily oilfiel related, there are many jobs listed in transportation, warehouse, and construction that may be a good match!
Employers Hiring in the Houston Area:
AMAZON – 75,000 NEW JOB OPENINGS
INCLUDING IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AT ITS WAREHOUSES IN HOUSTON AND KATY
WALMART AND SAM’S CLUB – MORE THAN 30,000 FULL TIME JOB OPENINGS IN TEXAS
Walmart is hiring store workers and delivery drivers.
KROGER – MORE THAN 500 POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN TEXAS
HEB – OPENINGS AT WAREHOUSE, MANUFACTURING, TRANSPORTATION AND IN STORES
RANDALLS STORES – TEXAS OPENINGS IN RETAIL AND SUPPLY CHAIN
TRUCKING INDUSTRY – MORE THAN 400 OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA, INCLUDING IMMEDIATE OPENINGS.
JOHN MOORE SERVICES – 50 JOB OPENINGS IN HOUSTON - HIRING PLUMBERS, HVAC TECHNICIANS AND ELECTRICIANS
MORE THAN 4,000 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY JOB OPENINGS
UPS – OPENINGS IN HOUSTON, BAYTOWN, CONROE
- MAINTENANCE MECHANICS AND PACKAGE HANDLERS
MEMORIAL HERMANN – MORE THAN 700 JOB OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
HCA HEALTHCARE – MORE THAN 40 JOB OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL – MORE THAN 500 OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
CHI ST. LUKE’S HEALTH – MORE THAN 140 OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
DOMINOS – HOUSTON AREA OPENINGS FOR DELIVERY DRIVERS, MANAGERS, CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS
PIZZA HUT – MORE THAN 80 OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
UBER EATS – HIRING DELIVERY DRIVERS
GRUBHUB – HIRING DELIVERY DRIVERS
DOORDASH – HIRING DELIVERY DRIVERS
POSTMATES – HIRING DELIVERY DRIVERS
MICROSOFT – OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
OUTSCHOOL – HIRING ONLINE TEACHERS
ZOOM - This company, which offers videoconferencing services, is hiring phone account executives and phone enterprise account executives in Texas
WALGREENS – 172 JOB OPENINGS IN TEXAS
Walgreens is hiring for temporary customer service associate roles to assist at our stores nationwide.
CVS & AETNA – MORE THAN 700 JOB OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA (NEW DISTRIBUTION CENTER IN CONROE IS HIRING IMMEDIATELY)
CVS Health is accelerating a plan to fill more than 50,000 full-time and part-time positions across the country.
JOBS AT RETAIL STORES, WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUTION, CUSTOMER SERVICE, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS
RITE AID – 9 OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
DOLLAR GENERAL – MORE THAN 200 JOB OPENINGS IN THE HOUSTON AREA
Ivory Hecker is a reporter for FOX 26 Houston.
Prior to FOX Ivory was a reporter and fill-in anchor for KARE-TV, the NBC affiliate in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota. During her time there, Ivory covered several national news stories, including the death of Prince at his Paisley Park home, the police shootings of Jamar Clark, Philando Castile and Justine Damond, Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club and the opening of U.S. Bank Stadium where Super Bowl LII will be played.
Prior to KARE, Ivory worked at WLEX-TV in Lexington, KY, where several of her investigative reports spurred county and state leaders to make improvements to local government. CNN aired Ivory's breaking news report when she covered a hotel explosion in Lexington in September, 2014. Ivory's coverage also helped WLEX win a 2014 AP award for best newscast in Kentucky.
Before coming to LEX 18 News, Ivory was a reporter for WACH-TV, the FOX affiliate in Columbia, SC. While there she covered the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, reporting live for a dozen local affiliates throughout the nation after President Barack Obama's re-nomination was announced. Then, in summer 2013, her company sent her to Colorado Springs to aid sister station KXRM-TV with reports on Colorado's most destructive wildfire in history, the Black Forest Fire.
Ivory holds a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University. She got her start in front of the camera in college at the student TV station, CitrusTV. Ivory was chosen for the New York State Broadcasters Association paid internship with WBNG-TV, the CBS affiliate in Binghamton, NY. The stories she covered there were her first to air on local TV news. While still in college Ivory spent a summer reporting for KBJR-TV, the NBC affiliate in Duluth, MN. She also interned at KABC-TV in Los Angeles and at YNN Syracuse, Time Warner's 24-hour news channel.
Ivory is the recipient of a first place regional Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for a sports features she covered while attending Syracuse University.
Ivory grew up in Wisconsin where she discovered her passion for journalism through high school radio speaking competitions and as a radio announcer at WRLS-FM.