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SCOW Job Fair

Time: September 10, 2012 from 11am to 2pm
Location: Spanish Community of Wallingford
Street: 284 Washington Street
City/Town: Wallingford, CT 06492
Website or Map: http://www.scowinc.org
Phone: 203.265.5866
Event Type: job, fair
Organized By: Maria F. Campos Harlow
Latest Activity: Sep 4, 2012

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 An opportunity for qualified job seekers to learn about employment opportunities at great local companies and organizations.

Fields include: healthcare, education, transportation/delivery, manufacturing, information technology, sales, marketing, customer service, and more.

Job openings are available from entry level to experienced professionals.

Some of the participating companies include:

Town of Wallingford, Wallingford Board of Education, Nucor Steel, G&G Beverage Distributors, United Concrete Products, Vespoli, Verizon Wireless, Ulbrich Stainless Steel and Special Metals,  Tuxis-Ohr, Family Care Visiting Nurses, Gaylord Hospital, Masonicare, Wallingford Day Care, Kuhn Employment Opportunities, CTWorks, and more.

Assistance is available to create or update a resume, complete job applications and prepare for an interview. Please contact SCOW to make an appointment to work with a specialist.

All the community is welcome to attend.

To R.S.V.P or for more information please call 203.265.5866 or send us an email at info@scowinc.org

 

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