Do you want a job in the health care field but aren’t sure what career best suits your skills and interests? You are not alone.
The health care industry is one of the fastest growing job sectors in Southern Nevada and offers qualified job seekers the ability to have a well paying, sustainable career.
That’s why Workforce Connections’ One-Stop Career Center is holding its first Health Care Symposium and Hiring Event on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at the One-Stop Career Center, located at 6330 W. Charleston Blvd. (at Torrey Pines), Suite 150, Las Vegas, NV 89146.
Registration is required for this event. Job seekers can register online at www.NVCareerCenter.org or on-site starting at 9 a.m. All job seekers interested in participating must be on-site and registered by 10 a.m., when the symposium begins. Job seekers should bring several copies of a current resume.
One-Stop Career Center’s Health Care Symposium and Hiring Event is a multi-layered, coordinated event where job seekers can meet dozens of health care professionals who will be able to answer questions, offer advice and steer them to a successful career.
Training providers will offer valuable information during short seminars on career outlook, salary information, as well as opportunities for no-cost career training. Job seekers will be able to speak with those professionals one-on-one.
While job seekers are learning more about possible careers, employers will review resumes dropped off during registration to determine which candidates are job-ready. Those who meet minimum qualifications for open positions will be interviewed on-site starting at 11 a.m.
“Our mission at One-Stop Career Center is to connect employers to a ready workforce,” said Ardell Galbreth, Workforce Connections executive director. “The opportunity for qualified job seekers in the health care industry is outstanding in Southern Nevada. In cooperation with our nonprofit and education partners, One-Stop will help train job seekers to provide a ready and capable workforce to fill the current employment gap.”