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Workforce job fair upcoming

Workforce is actively expanding and seeking part-time/contract work for office/clerical support and industrial/commercial skilled labour positions in and/or outside of Sault Ste. Marie
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NEWS RELEASE
SAULT COMMUNITY CAREER CENTRE
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Sault Community Career Centre, in partnership with Workforce, will be holding a job fair on Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The job fair will be held at Sault Community Career Centre, 503 Queen Street East. Workforce employers will be onsite for interviews, so please bring a copy of your resume and references.  

Workforce is actively expanding and seeking part-time/contract work for office/clerical support and industrial/commercial skilled labour positions in and/or outside of Sault Ste. Marie. Shift work is required at this time.  

Duties for office/clerical support positions may include answering and directing phone calls and other duties as required. Must be familiar with computers (Microsoft Word, etc.). Must be familiar with email, telephone systems, and radio communications. 

Undertake basic bookkeeping tasks and issue invoices, checks, etc. Take minutes of meetings and dictations while assisting in office management and organization procedures.

Duties for skilled trades positions include being physically fit, operating machines or equipment related to your area of specialty, interpreting blueprints or schematics, installing various systems, following safety and building regulations, maintaining various types of equipment, training or supervising apprentice workers, and helping to direct a team.  

Applicants that possess training associated with Working at Heights or confined spaces or respiratory fit tests are considered an asset.  Workforce is willing to train applicants for these various skill requirements if needed.  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) can also be covered or partially covered for newly-hired staff.

Workforce is Canada's solution to strategic human resource consultation and supply. Their client integrated model best anticipates and mitigates labour demands to ensure that only quality, trained individuals are sourced, screened, and deployed to get the job done. 

They focus on providing skilled trades, labour, and professionals to support the production and development of mining, oil, and energy sectors of Canada's resurging economy.

For more information about the job fair or help to prepare for it, please contact Matthew Lance, Sault Community Career Centre, at Matthew.Lance@saultcareercentre.ca or 705.759.0909 extension 4244. 

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