Kcbd.com offers virtual job fair - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/29/09

Kcbd.com offers virtual job fair

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - With an easy click of your mouse, you can browse dozens of jobs at kcbd.com's Virtual Job Fair Thursday and Friday.

"Anything from drivers to administrative to medical field." said NewsChanne1 11 General Manager Dan Jackson of the variety of jobs posted on the site.

About 80 jobs are listed on the sight. Employers say the format is very accessible because you can log on anywhere. "This is real easy for us. It's easy for the employees to go online. They don't have to get up and go some place. We'll have access to it throughout the day," said Pierce Adams, one of the participating employers. 

To access the virtual job fair, go to kcbd.com and click where it says Jobs toward the top of the page. Twenty-seven new employers signed up for the job fair, so there are more jobs than ever online. Next, scroll over the businesses logos to see their contact information. Then, click on a company to see their job openings.

You can apply to each job individually, or create an account to store your resume on the site. The virtual job fair also has videos from several of the employers to tell you more about their company.

"There are a lot of opportunities and jobs availible in this community, and we need to make sure that people in this community, we're putting them back to work and helping them find jobs," said Jackson. 

These jobs are open now, and the companies are ready to fill openings. All you have to do is click here to get started.

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