The city of Winston-Salem will hold a job fair on Friday, Oct. 20, to fill a critical shortage within its workforce. The job fair will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the city’s Lowery Street facility, 2000 Lowery Street, Winston-Salem.
The city is looking to hire more than 50 equipment operators capable of operating backhoes, loaders, motor graders, dump trucks and other equipment. Eligible operators must have a commercial driver’s license or a permit for a Class A or Class B CDL.
Attendees will have a short interview and will be asked to demonstrate their operating skills. Those who successfully complete the assessment will be invited on the spot to fill out a job application and could receive a contingent job offer. Attendees should bring their CDL license or permit.
Human Resources representatives will be available to explain the full range of city benefits and answer questions about the hiring process and working for the city. Representatives of city departments and divisions that employ equipment operators will be available to discuss their job opportunities.
The city of Winston-Salem is an equal opportunity employer and offers job security with a wide range of benefits, including paid holidays, health and dental insurance, a traditional retirement plan, educational assistance, opportunities for advancement and much more.
A map and directions to the job fair location and more information is posted on the Human Resources page at CityofWS.org, or call CityLink 311.
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