Kamloops employers hiring fair

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KAMLOOPS - On Thursday, April 7 more than 50 of Kamloops employers will participate in a local hiring fair organized by Open Door Group and WorkBC who operate the Employment Service Centres in the area.

Located at the Coast Hotel and Conference Centre, the event will run from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is free to attend.

“The Kamloops Spring Hiring Fair is the largest local hiring event of its kind in the region," Mallory Bilodeau with the Open Door Group says. "We are pleased to create an opportunity for employers to promote their businesses and give job seekers a chance to learn about fantastic career opportunities in the BC Interior.”

The purpose of the Kamloops Spring Hiring Fair is to give job seekers the opportunity to meet face-to-face with a variety of potential employers, develop a network of local professional contacts, and help both sides to ask and answer questions.

While the list of employers and organizations continues to grow, we are proud to welcome some of Kamloops’ largest employers including; Walmart, London Drugs, Retirement Concepts, Home Hardware, Tim Hortons, Tolko, Mark’s Work Wearhouse, Domtar, iTel Networks and many more.

I’m looking for work - what should I bring?

You don’t need to register and the event is open to the public.

However, job seekers should show up to the event prepared.

Research the companies you would like to apply to, dress appropriately, bring several copies of your resume, and be prepared to talk about your abilities and skills.

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