Ald. Russell Stamper, II
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Job fair recruits Wisconsin workers for advanced manufacturing positions

News release from Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II

By - Oct 18th, 2017 09:21 am

Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II is inviting residents to attend an advanced manufacturing recruitment event to learn more about current and future job openings. The event will take place TOMORROW – Thursday, October 19th from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. at American Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave.

This job fair will allow attendees to explore jobs, local education opportunities, and training resources in southeastern Wisconsin’s growing advanced manufacturing industry. Job seekers are encouraged to dress for success, bring multiple resumé copies, and prepare to meet hiring managers in person.

Participating employers include Briggs & Stratton, DRS Technologies, Eaton, Foxconn, GenMet Corp., Krones USA, Midwest Engineered Systems, and more. Potential jobs include machinists, electricians, maintenance, managers, accountants, clerical, IT, operations, logistics, engineers, designers, and sales.

Alderman Stamper said, “This job fair is a great opportunity for Milwaukee residents to get involved with the growing manufacturing industry in Wisconsin. We all love American Made products, and now you can help create them.”

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One thought on “Job fair recruits Wisconsin workers for advanced manufacturing positions”

  1. Rita says:

    Thank you for organizing this event.A great opportunity for folks who are “Job Ready”….come to work on time; have a good attitude; be ready to work hard; respect authority….all things that should have been learned in Kindergartean, but can still be learned.

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