Hamilton County Virtual Job Fair on July 9

July 3, 2020

Virtual Job Fair July 9

Register Today!

The virtual job fair is just around the corner and we’re excited about the activity. This event is made possible by the collaborative efforts of the Hamilton County Workforce Recovery Task Force and is sponsored by a generous grant from  Duke Energy.

Job Seekers

There are many benefits to registering and joining in on July 9th, including:

  • A range of employment opportunities, across multiple businesses, sectors and industries
  • Meet with a variety of companies
  • One on one interviews
  • Simple, one-click application process. Upload your resume and apply to multiple jobs easily
  • Straight-forward, interactive experience with training video
  • Virtual, mobile friendly event
  • Support Services (see details more below)

Hiring Businesses

Looking for talent in Hamilton County? Register an Employer Booth at the Virtual Job Fair on July 9th. Connect with Robert Kneberg about how to get involved or for any questions.

 

  • Free participation and event promotion to attract job seekers
  • No travel or physical booth setup
  • Simple, intuitive platform with training video
  • Up to four recruiters per booth
  • Connect and interact with live candidates, virtually
  • Download registered job seeker data and resumes to your ATS
  • Premier virtual customer support before, during and after the event

Education Providers

Register an Education Provider Booth at the Virtual Job Fair. Connect with Robert Kneberg about how to get involved or for any questions.

  • Free participation and event promotion to attract job seekers
  • No travel or physical booth setup
  • Simple, intuitive platform with training video
  • Connect with candidates interested in training programs
  • Raise awareness of educational opportunities
  • Connect with and interact with live candidates, virtually
  • Download registered participants data and resumes for follow up 

 

 

Support Services 

Learn more about the support services available during the Virtual Job Fair. Are you a support service provider? Connect with Robert Kneberg about how to get involved.

  • Childcare resources
  • Wraparound employment preparation & support
  • Veteran services
  • Career exploration and guidance
  • Career transition guidance
  • Eligibility & support for training programs

 

Learn more about opportunities for Support Service providers, contact Robert Kneberg, HCWIN Executive Director

Read the Virtual Job Fair Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Tammy Sander
Phone: (317) 517-9520
Email: tammy.sander@hamiltoncounty.com

Hamilton County Creates Workforce Recovery Task Force
Industry Experts Meeting to Help Unemployed Get Back to Work

(NOBLESVILLE, APRIL 28, 2020) – Hamilton County has created a Workforce Recovery Task Force. The Task Force is an effort to jumpstart a recovery plan for Hamilton County businesses. The effort is being spearheaded by the Hamilton County Economic Development Corporation (HCEDC).

“First and foremost, we need to identify how COVID-19 has impacted the county workforce and create a timeline for recovery,” says County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt. “That starts by tapping the best business minds and industry experts in our county to create measurable goals and objectives.”

The task force will consist of the following business professionals: Bob DuBois, President and CEO of the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce; Jack Russell, Interim President of OneZone Commerce; Nick Verhoff, President of the Westfield Chamber of Commerce; County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt, County Councilor Amy Massillamany; Dan Clark, President of Ivy Tech Noblesville; Chuck Haberman, workforce consultant; Rob Kneberg, Executive Director of Hamilton County Workforce Innovation Network; Ed Miller, Work One, and Angela Acrey, VP of Human Resources at Helmer Scientific.

The task force will look at creating both a short-term plan (3 months) and long-term (6 -9 month) plan for reducing unemployment. It will also work to identify industries and companies that have additional workforce needs tied to COVID-19.

“The task force may also apply for grant dollars,” says Carol Sergi, Executive Director of the HCEDC. “Those dollars could be used to cover the costs of training programs, potential job fairs, and supplies to help businesses reopen.” The plan is that the task force will be replaced by the county’s 21st Century Talent Region efforts by October 2020.

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