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Birmingham Airport Authority is hiring Building Service Workers (Job Order # 2120822) and a Facilities Supervisor. Complete descriptions and application instructions can be found on Alabama Joblink.
Job fairs will be held at the airport in February at a date TBA.
Interviews in the Birmingham Career Center 3440 3rd Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35222
Week of January 30-February 3, 2017
Monday, January 30th
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Southeastern Salvage will be interviewing for a Cashier and Sales Associates in Flooring, Rug, and Furniture departments.
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Excellence Professionals will be interviewing for various positions.
Tuesday, January 31st
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Hospitality Staffing Solutions will be interviewing for Housekeepers and House-persons.
The Birmingham Barons are hosting a job fair at Regions Field from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., Saturday, February 4 in the Diamonds Direct Ballroom located on the second floor of the ballpark. Interested applicants are asked to enter Regions Field using the FIAT of Birmingham Parkside Entrance on 1st Avenue South across from Railroad Park.
Positions available include:
Applicants should bring a resume to the job fair.
Randstad will be interviewing for Production Operators at Ventura Foods on Tuesday, January 24th, at the Birmingham Career Center. (3440 3rd Ave S Birmingham, AL 35222)
Candidates should apply online in advance at www.randstadusa.com.
ERP Compliant Fuels are currently taking applications for the following positions:
1) General Industrial Laborer, $14.97 hour + Benefits
2) Industrial Electrician
3) Lid Puller Position, $16.26 Hour + Benefits
4) EMT: Emergency Medical Technician
Ways to apply:
1. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Mail resume to P.O. Box 5327
Birmingham, AL 35207
Are you interested in exciting opportunities in the IT field? Do you have at least a high school diploma or the equivalent? Are you a highly motivated individual who is excited to learn? If so, apply today at the link below for an exciting new initiative that helps train professionals 17-29 years old in the IT field and connect them to the training, soft skills, resources and opportunities necessary to secure a job. First classes begin this February! Apply today: https://www.generationinitiative.org/usa/.
Interviews in the Birmingham Career Center
Tuesday, January 10th
8:30 am to 11:00 am: First Choice Personnel will be interviewing for various production and skilled laborer positions.
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm: WIS International will be interviewing for Drivers and Traveling Inventory Associates.
Secondary and post-secondary educators, administrators, counselors, career coaches, career services professionals, human resource managers and recruiters from around the Birmingham region attended the Birmingham Business Alliance’s Managing the Talent Pipeline Workshop at the Alabama Workforce Training Center recently.
The workshop gave participants the opportunity to discuss successful programs and challenges facing the Birmingham and Alabama workforce. It also informed workforce providers about the Birmingham economy, changing workforce trends and resources that exist to help connect talent to opportunities and training in the Birmingham area.
Participants learned about local workforce development programs such as the Bold Goals initiative, Alabama Works, the Innovate Birmingham Regional Workforce Partnership, DepotU, the Talent Pipeline Management program and the Academy of Craft Training at the Alabama Workforce Training Center, from community partners such as United Way of Central Alabama, Central Six Alabama Works, the Associated Builders and Contractors, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Innovation Depot and the Birmingham Business Alliance.
Professionals from workforce resource departments highlighted the important role education in k-12 plays in the local and state workforce.
“We’ve got to do workforce development, but also build a system for every student to be ready through the next several generations,” said Dan Stephens, vice president of community impact and education at United Way. “The need for highly skilled talent is only increasing.”
“The roles played by employers, nonprofits and workforce providers are changing in Alabama and the Birmingham region,” said Waymond Jackson, vice president of workforce development for the Birmingham Business Alliance. “The workforce development system is more aligned around meeting the needs of industry than ever before.”
Earlier this year, the BBA was chosen to participate in the U.S. Chambers Talent Pipeline Management Academy. Last week’s workshop was just the start of the BBA’s strategy to align workforce providers with the hiring needs of industries under the Talent Pipeline Management program.
In January 2017, the initiative will be rolled out to all regional workforce stakeholders.
The Marketing Strategist position is responsible for providing strategic marketing direction and execution.
The job requires researching, analyzing and synthesizing complex data from multiple sources into comprehensive marketing recommendations and plans in the areas of traditional media, digital media, brand support, acquisition, offer testing, customer experience, and other programs and projects as assigned. Implementation and tracking of such plans is also required. Individual will serve as business owner to lead and manage traditional media, acquisition digital marketing and overall brand awareness.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill(s), and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential responsibilities.