Immediate Job Openings at Michigan Works Hot Jobs Now Event
TRAVERSE CITY, MI –Local jobs where workers can start immediately will be showcased at a Hot Jobs Now event May 12 at Northwest Michigan Works! in Traverse City. The event will start at 2:00 p.m. at the Career Café located inside the Michigan Works! Center at 1209 South Garfield.
Hot Jobs Now will feature a panel of local employers with current job openings. The participating employers are: Leelanau Sands Casino & Lodge, Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel, Cherry Republic, Speedway, and Universal Cleaners. The employers will discuss their open positions, company benefits, and work culture. There will also be testimonials from current employees.
Job seekers attending the event should bring copies of their résumé and come prepared for an interview after the panel discussion. There is no charge for the event and there will be a drawing for prizes. More information is available by calling 231-922-3700.
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Founded in 1974, Networks Northwest facilitates and manages various programs and services for the 10 county region. These programs include Northwest Michigan Works, Small Business Development Center, Procurement Technical Assistance Center, various business services, and many different regional planning initiatives in response to our communities’ requests and needs. You will see the broad spectrum of workforce, business and community services Networks Northwest offers if you visit our web site, networksnorthwest.org
Networks Northwest's member counties are: Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Leelanau, Manistee, Missaukee, and Wexford.
Our Township greatly benefits from Network Northwest's experience, depth of knowledge and understanding. Because they work with so many diverse communities in our ten-county region they understand the local land-use issues and are already working on solutions by the time we realize we need some help.Susan Odom, Chair, Suttons Bay Township Planning Commission