CDOT hosts online hiring event
July 16, 2014
The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment are teaming up to host a "virtual" job fair during the month of August.
This monthlong, around-the-clock event will be used to fill CDOT job openings across Colorado and will utilize the Department of Labor and Employment's virtual job fair platform.
Running from Aug. 1-31, job seekers can simply log in or register at http://www.connectingcolorado.com to gain entry. Once inside the virtual event, they can peruse a wide variety of career opportunies being offered, visit regional chat rooms to get questions answered and learn about CDOT. Participants will also be able to attend workshops to help them write strong résumés and build their job seeking and interviewing skills.
"We're excited to be able to provide a great employer like CDOT with this virtual job fair," says Department of Labor and Employment Executive Director Ellen Golombek. "They offer vital and interesting work, excellent benefits, competitive salaries and career growth opportunities."
Because the job opportunities cover a wide geographic region, an online or "virtual" hiring event is the best way to go, according to Golombek.
"Job seekers can visit this virtual fair from any location with a web connection and at any time," she said
The Department of Labor and Employment and its network of Workforce Centers offer a range of services to job seekers and Colorado employers, all at no charge. For job seekers interested in learning more about this virtual job fair or for employers interested in having a similar event staged to meet their staffing needs, contact your nearest Workforce Center. A full listing is available at http://www.colorado.gov/cdle/wfc.
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