Job Fair at Mentor Public Library

The Reserves Network’s Mentor, Ohio office is hosting a job fair at the Mentor Public Library on January 29, from Noon-4:00PM. Come and find opportunities with excellent benefits and great pay.

We’re seeking:

  • Assembly
  • Machine Operators
  • Inspectors
  • General Office
  • Material Handlers
  • Warehouse

Please bring a resume with current work history. You can fill out our online application prior to arrival at www.TRNstaffing.com.

When:
Friday, January 29
Noon to 4:00PM

Where:
8215 Mentor Avenue
Mentor, Ohio 44060

Contact for more information:
The Reserves Network – Mentor
(440) 974-7171
Mentor@TRNstaffing.com

Recruitment Event at the Ohio Means Jobs – Geauga County, Ohio One Stop

Join The Reserves Network’s Geneva, Ohio office for a Recruitment Event at the Ohio Means Jobs – Geauga County One Stop on Thursday, Dec. 17 from 9am-1pm. Located at:

12480 Ravenwood Drive
Chardon, OH44024

We are looking to hire candidates for Basic Assembly, Machine Operators, Picker/Packers, Painters, Press Operators and more throughout Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga Counties.

Candidates must present 2 forms of ID and agree to pre-screening testing.

Call (440) 998-3605 or apply online at www.TRNstaffing.com.

Contact us at geneva@TRNstaffing.com

Why Staffing? Presented by the American Staffing Association

Not familiar with the staffing industry? Checkout this short video from the American Staffing Association highlighting the benefits and impact staffing provides.

How Can I Be Noticed at a Job Fair?

job fairAs soon as you hear about a job fair you should find out which companies will be attending and begin researching the companies, putting them in two columns: one, those in which you are very interested or are interested in learning more about; and two, those in which you have no interest.

Once you have a list of interesting companies, research them by going to their Web pages and exploring areas such as Employment Opportunities, News Releases and About Us.

Next, you should prepare “a 30-second talk” which introduces you. Be sure to include your name, education, employment background/skill sets and a specific reason why you would like to work for them. Then, take a moment to ask them a well thought-out question.

Next is presentation. Dress appropriately for the job fair. Conservative should be the order of the day.

By Lee Rachelson, regional director, TempWise.

TempWise is an affiliate company of The Reserves Network based in Tampa, Fla.