The Santa Clarita WorkSource Center is partnering with Carl’s Jr. to host a Job Fair on Wednesday, September 11, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. to identify part and full time shift leaders and crew members for several Santa Clarita locations. The event will be held at College of the Canyons’ University Center in Suite 250, located on the south end of campus off University Center Drive at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road.
Positions are currently available in Newhall, Santa Clarita and Stevenson Ranch and may include health insurance, 401K, vacation, educational reimbursement, paid holidays, sick leave and training, and include opportunities for advancement.
Qualified applicants will be motivated, possess great people skills and high-energy, and have previous experience in quick-service restaurants. Ideal candidates must also be skilled at balancing multiple priorities in a fast paced environment.
Interested candidates must first apply online at carlsjr.com/jobs to be considered for an interview at the job fair. Job fair attendees should bring a copy of their resume as well as a State issued ID such as Driver’s License and Social Security Card or Passport to the recruitment.
Onsite interviews may be conducted for those applicants who have applied online and that best meet the qualifications of the employer.
For more information on the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center or this recruitment, visit WorkSantaClarita.com or call (661) 799-WORK (9675).
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