The Elk Valley Job Expo In Fernie

The Elk Valley Job Expo will take place Tuesday 25th of October 2011 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Fernie Community Centre.

The Elk Valley Job Expo will take place Tuesday 25th of October 2011 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Fernie Community Centre. Seasonal and Year Round Job Opportunities: Positions available in Hospitality, Tourism, Retail, Industrial, and Construction.

Elk Valley Job Seekers encourages you to come out and meet potential future employers, hand out your resumes, interview on the spot and even secure an employment contract – all in one day!

Elk Valley Job Seekers welcome all potential employees to visit them at the Elk Valley Job Seekers office 302C – 2nd Avenue, Fernie to update your resume and obtain photocopies prior to the Job Expo . They are a free service for anyone legally entitled to work in Canada.

Please bring your resume, cover letter and references to the Job Expo and meet our local employers.

 

REGISTERED EMPLOYERS include:

The Best Western

The Free Press

Mow and Snow

Fernie Alpine Resort

Tim Horton’s

Teck

Big Bang Bagels

Fernie Lodging Company

Red Tree Lodge

Subway

Lizard Creek Lodge

The Arts Station

Trillium Day Spa

 

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