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Virtual job fair to highlight job openings in Hamilton, Madison counties

September 30, 2021

CARMEL, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and the Region 5 Workforce Board, in partnership with the office of Congresswoman Victoria Spartz, will host a virtual job fair highlighting job openings in Hamilton and Madison counties. The virtual job fair will take place on Wednesday, October 6th from 11:00am – 12:00pm.

“There are continued record job opportunities available for Americans right now, and I look forward to partnering with local employers, the DWD, and the Region 5 Workforce Development to host this virtual job fair,” Congresswoman Spartz said. “This is an innovative way to connect prospective employees with interested businesses who want to grow in our state and hire Hoosiers.”

Participating employers will include Carter Logistics, Helmer Scientific, the Indiana Department of Corrections, Sitel Group, and Telamon Corp.

A variety of positions are available at each company. Presenters from each organization will discuss job opportunities in detail, along with benefits, and how to apply.

“Recruitment is a pressing issue for many of our Region 5 employers. As the economy continues to recover and expand, finding the right employees is key to a business’s capacity to meet the needs of its customers,” said Lance Ratliff, Executive Director of Region 5 Workforce Board.  “The virtual hiring fair enables employers to efficiently present their employment opportunities to a larger group of candidates in a single setting and shorten the hiring and onboarding timeframe. We are pleased to partner with Rep. Spartz and the DWD to provide this opportunity to our employers.”

“Virtual job fairs have been an important part of our efforts to connect job seekers with employers throughout the pandemic,” said DWD Commissioner Fred Payne. “Now we are pleased to partner with District 5 Congresswoman Victoria Spartz and her office to offer a new virtual job fair opportunity for Hamilton and Madison counties on Oct. 6. Five local employers will discuss numerous job openings for those looking for new or better jobs.”

Those interested in the job fair but unable to attend are encouraged to still register, as a recording will be sent via email the following day.

To register, click here.

After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join the webinar.

Issues:Economy