Monday, October 31st
9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Adkinson Trucking for Fed Ex will be interviewing for Delivery Drivers.
Tuesday, November 1st
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
ResCare will be interviewing for Direct Care Professionals.
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Rise Again Enterprises for Fed Ex will be interviewing for Delivery Route Drivers.
Each of these will take place at the Birmingham Career Center: 3440 3rd Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35222.
More job news for those in search of a new position:
Tomorrow, all Dollar Tree stores will be hosting a Nationwide Hiring Event from 9 am - 2 pm. Those attending should be prepared for an on site interview with the potential to be hired on the spot.
Make sure to fill out job applications prior to coming and bring them along with your resume. Here is the link:
You can also apply for management positions online here :https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home…
If you’re in search of work, we have more great jobs news.
Amazon is hiring over 120,000 seasonal workers throughout the United States. These numbers are astounding because they are 20 percent higher than last year. Retail and customer service jobs may be the bread and butter for U.S. employees this time of year. According to Reuters, the U.S. National Retail Federation is expecting a 3.6 percent rise in holiday sales, with online sales forecasted to be between 7 and 10 percent.
You can view or apply for Amazon jobs in your area by visiting: https://www.amazon.jobs/.
The mail packaging company UPS will hire 95,000 workers to fill package handler and delivery driver positions during the holiday season. Salaries for the positions can range from $10.10 to $30 per hour and a representative for the company stated that historically, 37 percent of seasonal workers have transitioned to permanent positions.
To apply for UPS jobs in your area, please click here: https://www.jobs-ups.com/location.
As of August this year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 5.4 million job openings in the U.S.
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport’s job fair is still going strong until 4 p.m. today. According to local news outlets in Atlanta, the airport will be hiring for more than 500 jobs.
The job fair began at 10 a.m. and is still occurring at the Georgia International Convention Center. There are a little over 40 employers present at the fair, hiring in various professional sectors. Attendees are encouraged to bring their resumes and be prepared to sell yourself to employers.
You can locate more information about the job fair through the button below.
German automotive company chooses Bibb County for $46.3 million new facility that will create 222 jobs
German automotive supplier MöllerTech will build a new $46.3 million manufacturing facility in Bibb County that will create 222 jobs. Alabama Secretary of Commerce Greg Canfield revealed MöllerTech’s plan to construct a 150,000-square-foot facility in the Scott G. Davis Insutrial Park near Interstate 20 in Bibb County at a press event at the Bibb County Board of Education on Monday afternoon.
The company will manufacture interior parts for Mercedes-Benz SUV’s as part of a $1.3 billion expansion. MöllerTech’s North American President and CEO Steve Jordan said the Bibb County facility will serve as the company’s flagship manufacturing facility.
“After many months visiting various states, as well as numerous counties in Alabama, we are pleased to settle in Bibb County,” said Jordan. “Our Möller Culture is very much centered on people and local communities and because of that we find that there is ‘a good fit’ between MöllerTech and Bibb County. The help that we received both financially as well as personally from the State and the County helped us in making this decision. So we would like to thank the State of Alabama as well as Bibb County in being patient and supporting us in this new venture of ours.”
MöllerTech has two U.S. facilities in Elberton, Ga., and Detroit, Mich. It hopes to be at full production in Bibb County by the end of 2019.
The Bibb County Commission, the Alabama Department of Commerce, the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, Alabama Power Co. and the Birmingham Business Alliance worked together closely to bring the project to the Birmingham region.
“This will be a great boost for Bibb County and its workforce,” said Bibb County Commissioner Ricky Hubbard. “MöllerTech will be the second largest manufacturing employer in the county and the third largest overall. We are excited that their investment will impact the lives of so many people here.”
The Lakeshore Foundation in Birmingham has current job openings.
Lakeshore Foundation has been a special place for Birmingham since it was founded in the 1970s as a rehabilitation hospital for HealthSouth Corp. It quickly became a leading resource and advocate for individuals with disabilities throughout the community, helping them lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Today, Lakeshore is a key component of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), geared toward serving Olympic and Paralympic athletes. A number of athletes trained in Birmingham and competed in the Paralympics in Brazil last month.
In addition to the impact Lakeshore Foundation continues to have in the U.S. Paralympic Games, the organization currently rosters more than 80 youth/adults with varying types of physical disabilities in 13 adapted sports. The foundation offers canoeing, kayaking, tennis, basketball, rugby and an injured military program for people with disabilities. The Lakeshore Foundation also has a research initiative with the University of Alabama at Birmingham to create technological advances that will make life easier for the people it serves.
Damian Veazey, Associate Director of Communications for Lakeshore Foundation, sat down with me last month to discuss the impact of Lakeshore Foundation. “The Lakeshore Foundation gives unique individuals the opportunity to meet people that have a similar condition and can learn from them as well,” Veazey stated. “You can be an everyday member and experience the extensive aquatics center, fitness center, where people merge athletics into recreation like – canoeing, kayaking, tennis, basketball and rugby. We even have a research initiative with UAB to help create innovative technology with wheelchair enhancement; policy and advocacy.”
President of Lakeshore Foundation Jeff Underwood told us, “For any non-profit to be able to successfully pursue its mission, it takes community support. We want to continue to give the community a good reason to support our work – because we’re helping America’s athletes be successful and bringing that positive attention to the community.”
Its Lima Foxtrot program is geared to help injured military members in the community. Since it was initiated in 2006, Lima Foxtrot has served over 1,800 injured servicemen and women and their families, from 46 states and territories. Through Lima Foxtrot these young men and women use lessons from sport and recreation to learn how to pursue life after injury.
If you’d like to be a part of this dynamic professional community, check out the job openings listed below.
Full-time Payroll and Benefits Specialist: The Payroll and Benefits Specialist will support Lakeshore’s vision, mission and goals at all times and will assist the Director of Human Resources and the Controller with various aspects of human resources and accounting services functions, primarily in the areas of payroll administration and employee benefits administration. Please forward resume and letter of interest to Debbie Smith, gro.erohsekal@seibbed. Application Deadline: September 30, 2016.
Full-time Information Technology Specialist: The IT Specialist will support Lakeshore’s vision, mission and goals at all times and will assist the IT Coordinator and will be responsible for assisting with basic IT support for all Lakeshore Foundation staff. Please forward resume and letter of interest to Debbie Smith, gro.erohsekal@seibbed. Application Deadline: October 10, 2016.
Part-time UAB/Lakeshore Research Collaborative Administrative Assistant: Lakeshore Foundation is currently accepting resumes for a part time Administrative Assistant. Position reports to the UAB/Lakeshore Research Collaborative Manager and is responsible for providing administrative support for the Lakeshore Foundation Research department. Resume and letter of interest should be forwarded to Debbie Smith at Lakeshore Foundation, gro.erohsekal@seibbed.
Part-time Lifeguards: Lakeshore is accepting applications for part-time lifeguards. Hours vary, but could include daytime, evening and weekend shifts. Lifeguards may be asked to assist with swim classes for adults with physical disabilities and children with physical disabilities ages 2 and older. CPR, First Aid and
Lifeguard training required. Water Safety Certification is desirable. Contact Windy Chlarson for more information at gro.erohsekal@cydniw or 205.313.7471.
They also offer volunteer programs for adults, college students and a summer volunteer program for teens. http://www.lakeshore.org/careers-volunteers/volunteer-opportunities/
The Birmingham Regional Enterprise Council (BREC) and the Women’s Business Council are hosting a discussion with Dr. Rachel Fry, Clinical Psychologist at Fry Health PC, about the barriers women face in the business industry and how to overcome them from 5 to 7 p.m., October 27, at Grille 29.
Click here to register.
When: 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, October 27
Where: Grille 29, 971 Brookwood Village, Birmingham, Alabama 3520