Get connected at employer hiring forum

The session will spotlight local employers hiring for multiple positions in our community

North Island Employment (NIEFS) is hosting an Employer Panel & Hiring Forum for job seekers on Nov. 17 at their Campbell River office located at 870C 13th Ave.

The session will spotlight local employers hiring for multiple positions in our community.  The Employer Panel will run from 3:30-4:15 p.m. (registration is required as seating may be limited). After the Employer Panel, the employers will be available from 4:15-5 p.m. where job seekers are welcome to come meet the employers and apply for positions.  Registration is not required for the “Meet and Apply” portion of the forum.

Confirmed employers include: Mount Washington Alpine Resort, Quality Foods, Home Depot, 7-11, Starbucks, and Staples.  During the panel, employers will give a brief overview of their company, what they are looking for in an employee and employment opportunities.

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