Free job fair at Highline College; nearly 60 employers expected at March 14 event

  • Wednesday, March 7, 2018 10:52am
  • Business

Close to 60 local employers with full-time, part-time and temporary job opening will be represented at Highline College’s Spring Job Fair on Wednesday, March 14.

The event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Highline College’s main campus, Building 8. It is free and open to the public; no advance registration is necessary.

Employers from a wide variety of industries will attend. Job seekers should be prepared to speak with recruiters, dress professionally and bring extra copies of their résumé.

Free career workshops are also available to prepare for the fair.

Participating Employers:

Accountemps/Robert Half

Airport Terminal Services (ATS)

Amazon Fulfillment

Apartment Advantage Staffing

Beldon Seattle

Bellair Charters

Bright Horizons

Business Development Resources, Inc.

Careage Home Health (Pierce and Thurston counties)

Central Washington University

City of Des Moines Parks and Recreation

City of Federal Way Community Center

College Nannies & Tutors

Columbia Hospitality Inc.

Compass Housing Alliance

Express Employment Professionals (Kent, Wash.)

Family Resource Home Care

Fastenal Company

FedEx Express

FedEx Ground

Franciscan Health System

Full Life Care

Hilton

Home Care Referral Registry

IKEA

Justice Leadership Program

Kelly Services

King County Library System

Korean Women’s Association – KWA Home Care

Launch

Logic Staffing

Northwest Center

O’Brien Auto Group

OnTrac

Phoenix Protective Corporation

Port Jobs – Airport Jobs

Primerica

Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD)

ResCare Residential Services (Wash.)

ScribeAmerica

Sears Home Services

Seattle Goodwill

Sequim Health & Rehabilitation

Sherwin Williams Paint Co.

Silvercar

SmartTalent

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office

Social Security Administration Teleservice Center (Auburn, Wash.)

State of Washington, Department of Corrections (Monroe Correctional Complex)

Tacoma Community College

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP & Border Patrol)

U.S. Navy Careers

Uwajimaya

Valley Medical Center

Washington Community Action Network

Washington State Convention Center

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