Regional Aerospace and Manufacturing Job Fair Jan. 29

 

Connecting aerospace and manufacturing employers with skilled and entry-level needs to a quality workforce

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The Workforce Investment Board | Butler • Clermont • Warren, Southwest Ohio Region Workforce G09-400 (Bush Re Shea) 160x600Investment Board, Sen. Sherrod Brown, TechSolve and OhioMeansJobs Centers in Southwest Ohio, are partnering to host an Aerospace and Manufacturing Job Fair serving employers and job seekers from the Cincinnati to Dayton area. The event will be held 10 AM until 2 PM, Thursday, Jan. 29, at the Sharonville Convention Center.

57 employers are currently registered, including GE, Ford Motor Co., GKN Aerospace Cincinnati and AK Steel. Openings include CNC machinists, maintenance technicians and mechanical engineers with pay ranges from $11 per hour to $95,000 annually.

“This summit brings together public-private partnerships to help connect manufacturers hiring workers, with workers who are seeking manufacturing jobs or training. Working together, we help ensure long-term success throughout the region,” Sen. Brown said.

“We hope to have  40 to 50 employers with operations in the Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, Montgomery and Warren County areas at the job fair,” said Adam Jones, WIBBCW Administrator.

Recently, Southwest Ohio received one of 12 national designations from the U.S. Department of Commerce. This designation recognizes the region’s strength in aerospace manufacturing, and gives preferential status to projects on a number of federal opportunities and resources. This summit will build on the progress the region has made.

Employers and job seekers can register for this FREE event online at www.wibbcw.com by clicking Services > Events.

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