An Albany Staffing Company is Hosting a Virtual Job Fair

June 30, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Albany, OR – The Albany, OR Express Employment Professionals Office, a leader in Albany staffing, will host a virtual job fair on a total of four dates over the next few upcoming weeks. The dates include Friday, June 26th, Monday, June 29th, Thursday, July 2nd, and Wednesday, July 8th from 10:00 AM until 3:30 PM.

The event will be set up using Eventbrite, for those interested there will be five event tickets available for every half-hour time slot. The virtual hiring events will give candidates a chance to speak with recruiters via phone at their selected time. The links for the event will be available via Social Media and the Albany website. Once a candidate has selected a ticket for a time slot, a recruiter will give them a call at their selected time for the phone interview.

"We are excited to provide a safe way for job seekers to stay connected to employment opportunities. Right now, there is more need than ever before. We are staffing for essential businesses that need people right away and recruiting for other businesses who plan to onboard people here in the near future. Now is the time to prepare your return to work and the Express team is here to help,” stated Saphira Groves, Franchise Manager.

Express Employment Professionals of Albany, OR, an Albany staffing agency, represents over 150 companies in and around the Albany area. The Albany Express location currently has 50 open positions they are looking to fill, including essential jobs, looking to hire immediately. Of the open 50 positions, some also include businesses looking to hire within the next several weeks. The open positions include a variety of options such as Light Industrial, Skilled Trades, Professional, and Administrative positions.

The Albany Express Employment Professionals franchise began operation in 1992 and serves the Linn County area with temporary help and direct hire employees in a variety of fields such as administration, light industrial, skills trades jobs, and professional jobs. For more information on the virtual job fair or employment opportunities give them a call (541) 967-3600 at or visit them online at www.expresspros.com/albanyor.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals - Albany, OR, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals - Albany, OR
Saphira Groves
(541) 967-3600
jobs.albanyor@expresspros.com
2250 14th Ave SE Ste A,
Albany, OR 97322

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