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☷ Somerset County New Jersey - Greater Raritan Job Fair at Hindu Temple in Bridgewater Featuring 600 Plus Current Openings on May 24

☷ Somerset County New Jersey - Greater Raritan Job Fair at Hindu Temple in Bridgewater Featuring 600 Plus Current Openings on May 24

Somerset County , state New Jersey
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   Employers in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties will be trying to fill more than 600 current , open positions during the
   Greater Raritan 2022 Job Fair ,
    being hosted at the Hindu Temple and Cultural Society on Route 202 - 206 in Bridgewater from 10 a . m . to 2 p . m . Tuesday , May 24 . Job seekers do not need to register .
   Nearly 100 employers based in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties have registered for this free event . This is the first large - scale in - person job fair presented by the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board ( GRWDB ) since the onset of the pandemic .
   As of May 3 , 88 employers have registered to attend the event; the temple conference - center location can accommodate up to 100 employer participants .
   “Community members from around the region are invited to meet all of the employers during this free event , ” said GRWDB Board Chair Joanne Hala . “Be prepared to share your resume , network with hiring managers and other job seekers and gather career - related information from employers and agency participants . ”
   The hundreds of jobs being offered by these local businesses and nonprofit agencies are full - time and part - time and range from entry - level to more experienced positions . Participating employers represent the sectors of childcare and education , construction , county government , finance , healthcare , health and wellness , leisure and hospitality , life sciences , manufacturing , personal and family services , retail trade , sports , transportation and logistics , technology and veterinary care .
   The current list of employers with jobs available ,
   can be viewed here
    , or by using the QR code in
   this flyer
    .
   The event also will have a resource table with information from career - related agencies and organizations and other partners working with the GRWDB . In addition , rooms will be available for one - on - one discussions with employers as needed .
   Employers who are interested in taking part in this event
   can register here
    . Applications will be accepted , and the table will be held in the order in which the completed forms are received .  Once capacity is reached , employers will be put on a waiting list and notified if a table becomes available .
   The GRWDB oversees federally and state - funded career and employment services for businesses and residents in Hunterdon and Somerset counties . Weekly text alerts highlight career and job opportunities in Somerset and Hunterdon counties . Text “onestop” to 565 - 12 to sign up .
   Questions? Contact GRWDB Board Director Paul Grzella at
   grzella@co . somerset . nj . us
    , or 908 - 541 - 5790 .                          
   
   

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