IDL hiring event is set for Jan. 17

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SANDPOINT — Looking for a job or want to do something new?

The Idaho Department of Labor is hosting a hiring event on Wednesday, Jan. 17. The event, which will run from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., will be held at the IDL’s Sandpoint office, 613 Ridley Village Road, Suite C.

The monthly hiring event is a great opportunity for job seekers to meet with multiple employers with current job openings all under one roof. Among the positions available are teacher, substitute teacher, coach, dietary aide, housekeepers, information system specialist, maintenance, registered nurses, nurse practitioner, direct care worker, and more.

Among those hiring are Lake Pend Oreille School District, Bonner General Health, Inclusion North, and Sandpoint Vacation Rentals.

Come prepared to complete an employment application and bring your updated resume. Dress for meeting your next possible employer.

Information: Idaho Department of Labor, 208-263-7544

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