Career fair at SHAG Tuesday in Tukwila

A variety of open positions are available, bring your resume and references.

  • Friday, June 22, 2018 12:52pm
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SHAG & Independent Living, Inc. will be hosting a career fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 26.

Hiring managers and company representatives will be on site providing more information to possible candidates on open positions.

Bring your resume and a list of references with you.

Below are a variety of open positions:

• Administrative Assistant — Tukwila (corporate)

• Assistant Manager — Bellingham, Auburn

• Community Assistant Manager — Tukwila, North Seattle, Federal Way, Kent

• Community Manager — Tukwila, Tacoma, Seattle

• Concierge — Kent

• Cook — Kent

• Dishwashers Part Time — Kent

• Driver Full Time & Part Time — North Seattle

• Housekeeper Full Time & Part Time — Bellingham, Lynnwood, Seattle, North Seattle

• Maintenance Technician — Auburn, West Seattle, Federal Way, North Seattle

• Servers Part Time — Kent

• Staff Accountant — Tukwila (corporate)

• Tax Credit Compliance Specialist — Multiple Locations

To apply for open positions, visit “Employment Opportunities” on the SHAG website housing4seniors.com.

For questions regarding the application process, please contact SHAG at hiring@housing4seniors.com.

The career fair will be held at the Sullivan Community Center at 14350 Tukwila International Boulevard.


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