At the event, job seekers can learn about the companies and open positions, complete pre-screenings with employers and schedule interviews
Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW) and the High-Tech Council are hosting a manufacturing hiring event on Thu., Oct. 13, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to fill more than 70 jobs with local manufacturing companies.
The event will be held at the Columbia Tech Center campus of Clark College at 18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA, 98684. The event and parking are free to job seekers.
At the event, job seekers can learn about the companies and open positions, complete pre-screenings with employers and schedule interviews. Positions are in various departments within each organization and many companies will provide training on the job, so experience is not required for all positions.
Participating companies include:
- Analog Devices
- Columbia Machine
- Shin Etsu (SEH America)
- Silicon Forest Electronics
- Thompson Metal Fab
- WaferTech and more
Positions available include, but are not limited to:
- Machine Technicians
- Shipping Clerk
- Visual Inspectors
- Maintenance Specialists
- Electronics Assembler
- Equipment Technician
- Production Specialist
To learn more about the event or workforce services for businesses, email questions to email@example.com.
Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW), a nonprofit organization, is the Local Workforce Development Board (LWDB) designated by federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) legislation to oversee the public workforce system in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum and Clark counties. WSW funds invests in community-based organizations, nonprofits and other groups that provide services that help individuals gain skills to obtain good-paying jobs or advance in their careers and help companies recruit, train and retain workers. Since 2003, WSW has invested more than $120 million in Southwest Washington.
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