Job and Career Fair February 9 in Jacksonville | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

More than 25 companies will be interviewing and hiring at the Jacksonville Career Fair, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 9, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jacksonville Riverfront in downtown Southbank.

Free parking is available in the garage under the hotel.

More than 750 jobs, including entry-level and professional opportunities, blue-collar and white-collar positions, full-time and part-time opportunities, multiple shifts and seasonal work will be available as well as leadership positions, according to a press release from jobnewsusa. com.

Companies and jobs to be represented include:

• Ashley HomeStore: Positions available include Warehouse Associates, Customer Experience Representatives, Porters and Sales Representatives.

Brooks Rehabilitation: Registered Nurse, Certified Practical Nurse (CNA), Physiotherapist, Business Services Representatives, Licensed Practical Nurse and Front Desk Coordinator.

• Duval County Public Schools: School Safety Assistants, School Safety Officers and Paraprofessionals.

• Enhanced Resource Centers: Hiring for over 20 positions including: Collection Agents, Bilingual Call Center Agents, Client Solution Coordinator, Compliance Auditor, Internal Audit Manager and other jobs.

• Gate Petroleum Co.: Hiring for more than 100 positions across multiple locations, including Managers-in-Training, Sales Associates, Kitchen Managers-in-Training and Food Service Associates

• Kelly Professional & Industrial in support of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc. is recruiting for over 130 positions, including Manufacturing Technicians, Reconditioning Operators, Sanitation Technicians, and Tooling/CNC Operators.

Shipyard personnel: Hiring for more than 150 positions, including general labourers, electricians, welders, pipe fitters, project managers, marine painters, riggers and sheet metal workers.

Visit to register or pre-apply for the event.

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