TRADE Industries has immediate openings in our Residential Program. CILA days vary M-F 3-12 12a-8a, weekend 8a-8p and 8p-8a.
Must be at least 18 have a valid Illinois drivers license be able to pass a fingerprint back ground check and pass initial and random drug testing.
Interviews usually done when you come in to fill out application!
We have a $1000.00 sign on bonus(details discussed at interview)
Contact Angie Monday-Friday at 618-643-4321 to schedule an interview or walkins welcome at 505 S McCoy Ave McLeansboro IL. Any questions feel free to PM me or call 643-4321.
This section contains links to additional information for TRADE Industries.
TRADE Industries Association Meeting is held the third Monday of May and November. We meet at 7 pm. If you would like more information about the Association Committee contact Angie Morris at 618-643-4321.
TRADE has created an Wish List to bring awareness to the public of needed items. If you are interested in assisting with any items on this list contact Mark Auten or Angie Morris.
Wish List 2023
*picnic tables at the main building for CDS
*picnic tables at recycling center
*new grill for main building/RC blds
*updated signs at RC bld
*parking lot at RC
*repairs in each CILA home-as they arise
****Short Title VI Notice****
TRADE Industries operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. To find out more about our nondiscrimination obligations or to file a complaint, please contact us at 618-643-4321 or via the web at www.tradeindustries.org.
For full policy or complaint form click on the links:
TRADE Industries Title VI Procedure (link below)
TRADE Industries Title VI Compliant Form (link below)
To apply at TRADE Industries fill out the application (link below) and email to email@example.com.
505 S. McCoy Ave
P.O. Box 70
Mc Leansboro, IL 62859
TRADE Industries regretfully announces the retirement of Dick Deitz from our Board of Directors after 28 years of service. Mr. Deitz started on our Board in January, 1995. He served in various roles on committees, as well as holding different officer positions. Mr. Deitz was a strong political voice advocating on behalf of TRADE, its staff, and clientele. His knowledge, voice of experience, and jovial presence will be missed at board meetings. TRADE Industries' Board of Directors, staff, and clientele wish Dick a happy retirement.