The Santa Clarita WorkSource Center is hosting a free Nursing Job Fair for registered nurses and health professionals on Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the College of the Canyons University Center, Suite 250, located at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road.
The Medical Staffing Network is looking to fill approximately 30 local contract and 50 per diem opportunities for general and specialty registered nurses. Attendees can obtain information on jobs with competitive pay, great benefits and flexible schedules.
Qualified applicants should bring a copy of their resume, nursing credentials, and identification like a Driver’s License or Passport and Social Security Card. Onsite interviews may be conducted for those applicants that best meet the qualifications of the employer.
For more information about the Nursing Job Fair, please contact Will Batey with the Medical Staffing Network at (866) 408-3642.
For more information about the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center, call (661) 799-WORK (9675) or visit WorkSantaClarita.com.
About the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center
The WorkSource Center offers free services to connect job seekers and employers, by providing clients with the necessary tools and training opportunities to search and prepare for employment opportunities. The WorkSource Center regularly collaborates with local businesses, offering a variety of services from pre-screening candidates to access to Enterprise Zone eligible employees. The WorkSource Center is made possible through funding and support from the Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and the City of Santa Clarita, in partnership with Goodwill Southern California, the Employment Development Department (EDD), the County of Los Angeles Community and Senior Service, and College of the Canyons. For more information, visit WorkSantaClarita.com.
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