50 Employers who are hiring

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Attend the Sault College Job and Career Fair on Wednesday February 8, 2017 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Sault College in the Health and Wellness Centre and meet over 50 employers who are hiring!

As one of our community’s largest career events, the Job and Career Fair will feature employers from a variety of employment sectors including: trades, government, public service, financial, healthcare, social services, natural environment and retail. All employers combined are expected to hire over 2,000 new employees throughout the next 6 months.
“The job market is very competitive today and the Job and Career Fair is an opportunity for students, alumni and members of the community to speak directly with key decision makers from a variety of different organizations and sectors. You have the chance to make a lasting impression on an employer face-to-face rather than just being another resume in a stack of hundreds!” says Ray Corcoran, Student Employment Officer of the Sault College Student Job Centre.

In addition to accepting resumes, employers will also be providing valuable advice and insight into the job market. Consultants from Sault College’s Employment Solutions, which is funded by Employment Ontario, will also be available to provide information on employment services and programs accessible to job seekers.

This event is sponsored by the Sault College Student Job Centre and Employment Solutions. Admission to the event is free for all community members as well as all Sault College students and alumni. Free parking is available in the visitor lot off the Willow Street entrance. Overflow metered parking will be available off of Northern Avenue or in the Willow Street lot.
For more information contact the Student Job Centre at Sault College, 705-759-2554 ext. 2480 or studentjobcentre@saultcollege.ca.

4 COMMENTS

  1. How many of the 50 are offering a real full time job with decent wages and benefits?
    I would wager very few if any.
    Many of our young people are leaving the city for work because it’s what they have to do to survive.
    This is shaping up to be another Elliot lake type retirement town because the city still doesn’t get it and I doubt they ever will. If the mill goes down the city is done for.

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