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20 employers set for July hiring event in Post Falls

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POST FALLS, Idaho -

Twenty employers are participating in the July 9 hiring event at the Idaho Department of Labor's Kootenai County office.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to noon at the Labor office, 600 N. Thornton St. in Post Falls.

Participating in the event are SL Start/Imagine Behavioral Services, Humanix, Ambitions of Idaho, Driver Training & Solutions LLC, Swift Transportation, Energy Recruiting Services, Sears Holding Corp.,

Home Instead Senior Care, Protelligent Inc., Qualfon, ResCare, Aerotek, West Corp., Buck Knives, Carrington College, Silverwood Theme Park, Integrated Personnel Inc., Mercer Trucking Co., Kootenai County and

Progressive Printing.

Job seekers are encouraged to bring their résumés and be prepared for interviews.

Customers with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to participate can contact Craig Hampton at (208) 457-8789 ext. 3938. To access the Idaho Relay Service for the deaf and hard of hearing, dial 711.

Interviewing tips from the Department of Labor are online at .

 

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