COVINGTON, Ga. – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10), in coordination with the economic development offices of Newton, Morgan, Jasper and Walton Counties, will host a regional job fair on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GPTC).
The event is designed to put job seekers in front of local employers who are hiring in the bio/life sciences, advanced/process manufacturing, film and tourism, and service industries.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to connect Georgians with good-paying jobs,” Congressman Hice said. “While I work to advance policies in Washington that will expand opportunity, I’m excited to engage with community partners to host an event that will introduce local talent to Georgia's job creators. In doing so, we will reaffirm that our state truly is one of the best places in which to work.”
The following major employers have confirmed their attendance:
Beaver Manufacturing Company
Bulldog Steel Fabrication
City of Covington Human Resources
Clairon Metals Corporation
Covington Fire Department
Covington Police Department
Cutting Edge Laser Manufacturing, Inc.
Cycle World of Conyers
C.R. Bard - Global Distribution Center
Dart Container Corporation
Electrical Contractor, Inc.
Elite Auto Collision
Express Employment Professionals
Gent's Grooming Lounge
Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
Georgia Film and TV Production Initiative (GFTPI)
Heavy Equipment College of Georgia
Independent Electrical Contractors
Infinity Network Solutions
JR Hobb Company Atlanta LLC
Leggett & Platt
Newton County Board of Commissioners HR
Newton County Fire Service
Newton County Sheriff’s Office
MAU Workforce Solutions
Steelco Buildings Inc.
Three Ring Studios
The job fair will be located on the main campus of GPTC, 8100 Bobby Williams Parkway, Covington, GA 30014. Applicants should dress for success and have resumes ready to distribute. There is no fee to attend, and advance registration is not required. For the latest information, visit www.selectnewton.com and follow Newton County Office of Economic Development and Congressman Hice on social media.