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Muncie Novelty and Indiana Ticket, in partnership with the WorkOne Centers of Eastern Indiana, assess all
individuals in WorkKeys as a part of our hiring process. We take tremendous pride in the products we produce and in our workers that make it all possible.

As a manufacturer for the ticket and gaming industry, Muncie Novelty and Indiana Ticket have been industry leaders for over 70 years. We specialize in Point of Sale Thermal Tickets, Roll & Redemption Tickets, Wristbands, Jar Tickets and Break Opens. To learn more about our organization, visit our website at

As an applicant, you will need to schedule your WorkKeys assessment at the Muncie/Delaware County WorkOne Center located at 201 E. Charles Street, Muncie Indiana. Prior to being scheduled for WorkKeys, you will need to register for services at your local WorkOne Center. The WorkOne Center is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm (staff are not available for registration on Thursday mornings from 8am-10am). You will need to bring a driver’s license or any proof of your date of birth.

WorkKeys is a job skills assessment system measuring “real world” skills critical to job success. You will be assessed in the four areas listed below, and will need to meet the level indicated to move forward in the hiring process:

Applied Mathematics 3
Reading for Information 3
Locating Information 4
Observation 4

Individuals that do not meet the levels required are encouraged to visit their local WorkOne Center and receive assistance increasing their WorkKeys scores. Those who re­-assess can submit their new scores for consideration for future job opportunities.

Click here to visit the WorkOne Center

Worker and Job Seeker Services

• Work Registration assistance
• Computer Labs can be accessed at no charge.
• Comprehensive Assessment to help you learn what you need to get the job you want
• Employment Related Counseling
• Employment Plan Development to assist in planning and training for your job search.
• Staff Support to assist you with your training and job search.
• Short-Term Pre-Vocational Services to help get you job ready.
• Career Counseling for career change or advancement plan assistance.
• Intensive Job Development includes structured planning for specific jobs

Blackford County WorkOne Express
130 I N. High Street, Suite B Hartford City, IN 47348
Phone: (765) 348-4928
Fax: (765) 348-9930

Delaware County WorkOne Center
201 E. Charles Street, Suite 140 Muncie, IN 47305
Phone: (765) 289-1861
Fax: (765) 741-5853

Fayette County WorkOne Express
Connersville, IN 47331
Phone: (765) 825-3191
Fax: (765) 825-8659

Henry County WorkOne Express
1416 Broad Street, Suite 125
New Castle, IN 47362
Phone: (765) 529-3010
Fax: (765) 521-7779

Randolph County WorkOne Express
325 S. Oak Street, Suite 301 Winchester, IN 47394
Phone: (765) 584-5627
Fax: (765) 584-2536

Rush County WorkOne Express
103 N. Morgan Street
Rushville, IN 46173
Phone: (765) 932-5921
Fax: (765) 938-4127

Wayne County WorkOne Center
3 771 South “A” Street
Richmond, IN 47374
Phone: (765) 962-8591
Fax: (765) 966-3431’

Jay County WorkOne Express
107 S. Meridian
Portland, IN 47371
Phone: (260) 726-8316
Fax: (260) 726-8431

The WorkOne System is an equal opportunity employer and docs not discriminate in the programs and services
offered. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Call (800) 743-3333 for TDD/TTY relay service

Thank you for your interest in employment at Muncie Novelty / Indiana Ticket Company. Please read this information carefully, as it will assist you with questions you may have.

The standard workweek for entry-level positions ranges from 34.5 to 40 hours; however, the ability to work overtime when and as needed is an essential function of all production, stock and clean-up positions.

  • Entry-level production positions require a combination of duties including machine operation, packaging, and inspection. Entry-level employees must demonstrate the ability to meet production quotas after a reasonable amount of training.
  • Entry-level stock and clean-up positions require the ability to perform a considerable amount of heavy lifting. Equipment use includes manual pallet jacks, electric lift trucks, and tow motors.
  • All entry-level positions require the ability to achieve both speed and accuracy in performance of duties.
  • Entry-level pay rate is $12.00 per hour. There are 3 twenty-five cent raises during the first year, one each 90 days. Entry-level employees hired for third shift positions will receive a shift premium of 25 cents per hour. After one year, pay rate is dependent on job classification. Employees with more than 90 days of service are eligible for a monthly incentive rate in addition to their base rate. All pay raises are subject to satisfactory job performance.
  • Entry-level employees are considered probationary employees for 90 calendar days. Should you be offered a position, you will be provided with a set of probationary employee guidelines.
  • The Company offers health, life, and disability insurance after 90 calendar days of employment. Life and disability insurance are provided at no cost, and the Company will pay $479.38 towards the monthly health insurance premium of the plan of each employee’s choice.

When completing the application, please be neat and complete. Answer all questions. Be sure to list days and hours you are unable to work. List your education and employment records accurately. You must read and sign the Applicant’s Statement and Agreement on the final page. Failure to complete the application may result in the application being rejected. If assistance is needed, it will be provided upon request.

Applicants chosen for interviews will be asked provide references from a previous employer. Having name(s), addresses and phone numbers of previous employer references available at the interview is helpful. Applicants whom are unable or unwilling to supply employer references may be disqualified. 

Applications will remain active for 90 days.

Applicants should call to update contact information if the information changes during the 90 day active period.

Otherwise, phone calls to check the status of active applications are strongly discouraged.

If an applicant is offered a position, there are two post-offer screens.

  • A background check could result in disqualification.
  • The applicant will be required to successfully complete a job-related post-employment physical and drug screen for the position being offered.

Beginning work or continuing work is contingent upon satisfaction of post-offer screens.


As in most manufacturing facilities, 1st shift typically is filled through seniority. This means that most availability is on either 2nd or 3rd shifts.

It is helpful to be available for as many shifts as possible. Placement on any shift, job assignment, and work schedules are subject to change. Overtime is required as production schedules dictate.

Some positions require training on 1st shift. Training is typically 3 to 6 weeks in length. Most shifts have a 1/2-hour non-paid lunch break.

Example Shifts

These are examples, not a complete list of possible shifts
The ability to work overtime when and as needed is an essential function
of all production, stock and clean-up positions

3rd shift

#1. 11:30PM – 7:30AM Sunday through Friday. 7.5 hours per day, 37.5 hours per week.
#2. 10:00PM – 6:00AM Sunday through Thursday. 37.5 hours per week.

2nd shift

#3. 3:30 PM – 11:30 PM Monday through Friday. 7.5 hours per day, 37.5 hours per week.
#4. 4:00 PM – 12:15AM Monday through Friday. 7.75 hours per day, 38.75 hours per week.

1st shift

#5. 7:30AM – 3:30PM Monday through Friday. 7.5 hours per day, 37.5 hours per week.
#6. 7:30AM – 3:45PM Monday through Friday. 7.75 hours per day, 38.75 hours per week.

Other shifts

#7. 6:00PM to 4:30AM X 4 days. 40 hours per week.
#8. 7:15PM to 5:45AM X 4 days. 40 hours per week.
#9. 6PM to 6AM X 3 days. 34.5 hours per week.

After reading all the instructions carefully, please proceed in filling out an Application for Employment. The Application is located in the top right hand corner of the page. There are two options when filling out an application.

Option 1: Print and Fill out the application and return it to Muncie Novelty/Indiana Ticket in person  located at 9610 N ST RD 67    •   Muncie, IN 47303.

Option 2: Fill out the interactive pdf. and then press the submit button located at the end of the application to have the application sent directly to us.

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