For Immediate Release: Oct. 1, 2018
Information Contact: Stacey Hanlon (208) 457-8789 ext. 3947
One of northern Idaho’s largest hiring events is planned for Wednesday, Oct. 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Real Life Ministries, 1866 N. Cecil Road in Post Falls.
More than 55 employers with at least 1,500 jobs combined are attending the event, which is expected to draw several hundred job seekers. Some jobs are available for immediate hire.
Some positions available include manufacturing workers, machinist, truck drivers, direct care, radiology assistant, account executive, warehouse workers, flaggers, customer service representative, CDL instructor, cashier, inventory management, electronics technician, web developer, welders / wire feed, industrial electrician, commercial loan officer, certified nursing assistant, lab manager, sewing assistant, cook, tool and die maker, retail associate, entry level mechanic, accountant, certified medical assistant, CNC operator and many more.
A partial list of employers includes Inland Empire Paper Company, Inland Imaging, Inspiro, Kootenai County, North Idaho Higher Education, Manpower, Great Expectations Painting, Hayden Country Guest Home, Home Instead Senior Care, Home Watch Care Givers, Humanix, Idaho Army National Guard, Inclusions, Inland Empire Paper Company, Inland Imaging, Inspiro, Kootenai County, North Idaho Higher Education, Manpower, New Horizons, Shopko, Tedder Industries, TJ Maxx, The Kroc Center, US Bank and several more.
For a more complete list of employers scheduled to attend and jobs available, see the Department of Labor’s calendar of events.
The event is free to attend. Job applicants are encouraged to bring a resume, dress to meet potential employers, and be prepared to speak directly with company recruiters and HR personnel.
The event is hosted by the Idaho Department of Labor’s Kootenai County office. For more information, contact Stacey Hanlon at (208) 457-8789 ext. 3947.
Customers with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to participate should contact Stacey Hanlon. To access the Idaho Relay Service for the deaf and hard of hearing, dial 711.