Whether job seekers are already employed but looking for something better, or are between jobs, RecruitmentQueen is offering the perfect opportunity to reach both audiences – a dual career fair on the same day.
The Bucks County-based digital job board will hold the Bucks County Job Expo on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Neshaminy Mall. Unlike previous job fairs RecruitmentQueen has hosted over the last six years, this event features two sessions. The first is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the second is from 3 to 7 p.m. Both take place in the Barnes & Noble court of the mall, located at 707 Neshaminy Mall.
The goal, according to RecruitmentQueen CEO and founder Jennifer Schultz, is to make the job expo available to a wider audience of local people looking for work.
“I’m trying to remove any obstacle that could potentially keep a job seeker from attending,” she said, adding that the two sessions open doors for new employers, as well as companies seeking employees for shift work.
In all, hundreds of jobs will be available at the job expo, which is expected to feature career opportunities from more than a dozen employers. So far, the following employees have signed up to exhibit during the day session: All American Home Care & Hospice, Debt Quest USA, Sykes Enterprises, Friends Hospital, Traffic Plan and PA CareerLink. The following will be on hand during the night session: Sykes Enterprises, Pennswood Village and Health Advocate.
RecruitmentQueen will add employers until soon before the event.
Positions are available in various industries, including healthcare, human resources, customer service, sales, administrative and more.
Job seekers will have the opportunity to network with and speak to local recruiters and hiring managers. Even though the career fair is held at a shopping mall where dress codes do not apply, job seekers should still dress for success. Professional attire is recommended.
Employers interested in registering for the career fair can visit eventbrite.com/e/bucks-county-job-expo-employer-registration-september-17th-tickets-63774752000 or call Schultz at 267-981-5976. Job seekers can register to attend by visiting eventbrite.com/e/bucks-county-job-expo-job-seeker-registration-tickets-63778348758