CINCINNATI — With unemployment at a historic low, many employers are eager to fill jobs for those still out there looking for work – and the Library, along with other government agencies and public service employers are ready to help.
The newly-refreshed Deer Park Branch of the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library is hosting a public service sector job fair. With plenty of free parking, right on the bus line and late afternoon hours, this job fair is ripe to connect those looking for work or to jump to a job serving their community.
Prospective employees will find job recruiters and job placement professionals at the job fair. Partners with the Library include Cincinnati Metro/SORTA, the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, IKRON Corporation, the Hamilton County government and others. Special thanks to our partners — the Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board and OhioMeansJobs — for their support.
|WHO:||Teens and adults looking for work – especially civic-minded job seekers who want to work in the public sector|
|WHAT:||Public Sector Job Fair for teens and adults|
|WHEN:||Thursday, June 30, 2022 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.|
Deer Park Branch of the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library
4020 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
“This unique public sector job fair will connect quality, community-oriented jobs with people who may not know how to get these types of jobs, which often have great benefits and livable wages,” David Siders, civic engagement coordinator at the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library said. “We are thankful for our partners for helping us put this on and hope many job-seekers will find us that day.”