Employment Solutions

Employer networking event slated for August

Posted: Jul 27, 2022
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Sault College Employment Solutions in partnership with PLATO TestingNORDIK InstituteBatchewana First NationNogdawindamin Family and Community Services and Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services will be hosting an Employer Networking Event on Wednesday, August 3, 2022!

These five community employers will be on-site at Sault College Employment Solutions on the second floor in Suite 203 at 477 Queen Street East, to share information about their organization, hiring processes and employment opportunities.

Are you looking to work for a purposeful community organization? Are you passionate about our local community? Are you a qualified professional looking to explore new career opportunities? Employment Solutions would like to hear from you! This unique event will benefit those who have an interest in securing employment with any of these valued organizations and who would like to learn more about what qualities and qualifications they are seeking in job applicants.

These sessions will offer insight and guidance on how to prepare your application and what to expect if selected to advance in the recruitment process.

Individuals are invited to register for this networking event and meet with representatives in-person. View the schedule for the day, register and reserve your seat for this event here.

Employment Consultants at Employment Solutions are available for assistance with resume, cover letter, and interview preparation. Those registering for this event and seeking support to prepare are encouraged to connect with Employment Solutions in advance.

If you would like more information call 705.945.0705 or connect by email, [email protected], or stop by. We are located at the intersection of Queen and March, in the Queenscentre building (477 Queen Street East, Suite 203), Bay Street entrance. No appointment is needed!

This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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