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600+ Jobs Available at Falls Township Job Fair

In an effort to assist local businesses in filling myriad job openings, Falls Township will host a free job fair at Westaby Hall in the Fairless Hills Fire Department on July 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Falls Township Job Fair will feature more than 600 career opportunities from more than three dozen employers and businesses within Falls Township and the surrounding area. Job seekers will have the chance to meet and interact with local employers and hiring managers.

The event is free and open to the public. Job openings from various industries, including education, health care, financial services, food service, retail, sales, manufacturing, skilled labor, transportation, custodial, and automotive repair will be showcased on July 27.

Employers registered include: Honest Hands Home Care; Kindred Hospice; Woods Services; St. Mary Medical Center; Oxford Nursing and Enhanced Living; AccentCare; Levittown-Fairless Hills Rescue squad; Pennswood Village; Aldie Counseling Center; New Jersey Association On Correction; PA Career Link; Pennsbury School District; ESS; Student Transportation of America; The Little Gym; Edward Jones; TruMark Financial Credit Union; Bankers Life; Primerica; McDonald’s; Wawa; Moments with Mihika; Stars & Stripes Harley-Davidson; Weed Man of Bucks County; SIV Ambulance; Meineke; Corvette Chassis Concepts; Covanta; C&L Fuel; Do Good Foods; Dynamic Metals Inc.; GMA Americas; Linde; Sims Metal Management; Trap Rock Industries LLC; U-Haul; Waste Gas Fabricating Co. Inc. and Waste Management.

It is recommended that applicants dress in professional attire and bring several copies of their resume.

The event job fair be held on July 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Westaby Hall in the Fairless Hills Fire Department, 425 Hood Boulevard, Fairless Hills. Please direct any questions to Theresa Katalinas at katalinascommunications@gmail.com or 215-519-8833.

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600+ Jobs Available at Falls Township Job Fair

In an effort to assist local businesses in filling myriad job openings, Falls Township will host a free job fair at Westaby Hall in the Fairless Hills Fire Department on July 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Falls Township Job Fair will feature more than 600 career opportunities from more than three dozen employers and businesses within Falls Township and the surrounding area. Job seekers will have the chance to meet and interact with local employers and hiring managers.

The event is free and open to the public. Job openings from various industries, including education, health care, financial services, food service, retail, sales, manufacturing, skilled labor, transportation, custodial, and automotive repair will be showcased on July 27.

Employers registered include: Honest Hands Home Care; Kindred Hospice; Woods Services; St. Mary Medical Center; Oxford Nursing and Enhanced Living; AccentCare; Levittown-Fairless Hills Rescue squad; Pennswood Village; Aldie Counseling Center; New Jersey Association On Correction; PA Career Link; Pennsbury School District; ESS; Student Transportation of America; The Little Gym; Edward Jones; TruMark Financial Credit Union; Bankers Life; Primerica; McDonald’s; Wawa; Moments with Mihika; Stars & Stripes Harley-Davidson; Weed Man of Bucks County; SIV Ambulance; Meineke; Corvette Chassis Concepts; Covanta; C&L Fuel; Do Good Foods; Dynamic Metals Inc.; GMA Americas; Linde; Sims Metal Management; Trap Rock Industries LLC; U-Haul; Waste Gas Fabricating Co. Inc. and Waste Management.

It is recommended that applicants dress in professional attire and bring several copies of their resume.

The event job fair be held on July 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Westaby Hall in the Fairless Hills Fire Department, 425 Hood Boulevard, Fairless Hills. Please direct any questions to Theresa Katalinas at katalinascommunications@gmail.com or 215-519-8833.

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