New St. Joseph’s Island Business to Host Job Fair, October 15th

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A new business on St. Joseph Island will be hosting a job fair in cooperation with Sault College Employment Solutions on Tuesday, October 15th. The job fair will take place at the Richards Landing Town Hall, located at 1211 Richards Street in Richards Landing, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Fannie’s On The Island is a new family restaurant, bakery, and confectionery store that is preparing to open in November 2019 on St. Joseph’s Island at the Kent’s Corners location. The new business is recruiting for multiple positions, including kitchen staff, servers, and supervisors.

Ideal candidates will have at least two years of experience in customer service, hospitality or cooking.  However, anyone who is passionate about local ingredients, prepared simply and presented beautifully, and who thrives in a collaborative environment and wants to contribute to outstanding guest experiences, is invited to attend the fair.

Those interested in applying should attend the job fair on Tuesday, October 15th at the Richards Landing Town Hall from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Please come prepared for an interview, with a resume, references and proof of relevant certificates or licenses. Safe Food Handling Certificate (cooks, prep cooks and bakers) and Smart Serve Certifications (servers) are assets.

If you would like help preparing for this job fair, drop in to the Employment Solutions office on the 4th floor of Station Tower or phone 705-945-0705. You can also find more information about free employment programs and services online at www.employment-solutions.ca and by following Employment Solutions on Facebook and Instagram.

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  1. As a proud resident of St. Joseph Island and President of the Chamber of Commerce, I feel it is incumbent upon me to point out a couple of missteps this piece. First of all, there is no apostrophe in St. Joseph Island. It is a common mistake among non-Islanders, and one I try to rectify whenever possible. Please take note for future articles.
    Secondly, the four corners at the end of the Bridge Road, which is the veritable gateway to the Island, is called Kent’s Corners, named for the family who owned and operated the gas station on the northeast corner for decades.
    Thank you for your attention to these details.

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