For Immediate Release: March 2, 2022
Media Contact: Oscar Escobedo, Oscar.Escobedo@labor.idaho.gov
More than 40 employers are participating in the Magic Valley Hiring Expo March 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event takes place at Canyon Ridge High School, 300 N. College Road W., in Twin Falls.
Employers are ready to hire workers in production, general labor, maintenance, food service, retail, health care, administrative and sales.
Positions include bus drivers, construction workers, landscaping/nursery staff, welders, metal fabricators, emergency dispatchers, police officers, engineers, managers and supervisors, bank tellers, CDL drivers, forklift/warehouse operators, parts associates, aquaculture technicians, traffic control workers, caregivers, RV technicians, electrician journeyman or apprentice, HVAC installers, plumbers, heavy equipment operators and receptionists.
Participating employers include Amalgamated Sugar Co., Aveda Institute, Blue Lakes Country Club, Boys & Girls Club of Magic Valley, Chick-fil-A, City of Twin Falls, CLIF Bar, D & B Supply, Fusion Mechanical, Glanbia, Hempitecture, Idaho Central Credit Union, AFL-CIO, Idaho Materials & Construction, Idaho Veteran’s Chamber of Commerce, J & W Agri-Corp., Kimberly Nurseries, Lamb Weston, Magic Valley Cinema 13, Magic Valley Electric, Mid Columbia Bus Company, NAPA Auto Parts, Peterson Brothers Construction., Rain Guard Roofing, Riverence, Road Work Ahead, Standlee Premium Western Forage, TRIO, Triple C Concrete, Watco, WDB Inc., World Financial Group, True West Beef, Bish’s RV, AmeriPride, Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Community Council of Idaho.
Those who need special accommodation should contact Oscar Escobedo at (208) 735-2500 ext. 3405 or by email at Oscar.Escobedo@labor.idaho.gov.
The event is hosted by the Idaho Department of Labor, College of Southern Idaho, Southern Idaho Economic Development and Canyon Ridge High School.
More information on job fairs and hiring events throughout the state can be found on Labor’s calendar of events.
Attending a job fair event counts as one weekly valid work-search activity for unemployment insurance purposes.
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