The free event will be held 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at WorkSource, 204 SE Stonemill Drive, Suite 215, Vancouver
Individuals looking for work will have more than a dozen companies to choose from during a hiring event at WorkSource on Wed., Aug. 16.
The free event will be held 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at WorkSource, 204 SE Stonemill Drive, Suite 215, Vancouver.
Companies participating in the event and having jobs to fill include:
- Bureau of Reclamation Department of Interior
- Center for Energy and Workforce Development
- City of Vancouver
- Clark College
- Clark County
- Clark Public Utilities
- CRESA 911
- Educational Service District 112 (ESD112)
- Evergreen Public School District
- Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries
- Multnomah County Sheriff
- Transportation Safety Administration (TSA)
- Waste Connections
Candidates should dress as they would for a job interview, bring copies of their resume, and be prepared to meet and interview with hiring managers.
For more information about the event, job seekers and businesses can contact Susan at email@example.com or (360) 735-4981 or stop by the front desk at WorkSource.
Positions to be filled include:
- 911 Operators
- Bus Driver
- Corrections Officers
- Customer Service
- Maintenance Technician
Before attending the event, candidates are encouraged to create an account and profile on www.WorkSourceWA.com to post a resume or create a resume, to gain exposure to additional companies that have job openings.
Learn more about job training and placement services available through WorkSource, search for jobs and post your resume at www.WorkSourceWA.com.
WorkSource is a partnership of local, state and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and businesses in Washington State. For information, go to www.WorkSourceWA.com.
WorkSource is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Washington Relay Service: 711
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