Northshore Fire job fair set for Jan. 30

More than 30 employers will be onsite for the event.

The Northshore Fire Department (NFD) will host a job fair later this month featuring more than 30 public and nonprofit employers.

This free job and resource fair will be from noon to 4 p.m. on Jan. 30 at the NFD, 7220 NE 181st St. in Kenmore.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with local employers and candidates of all ages, experience levels and industries are encouraged to attend. Organizations will be looking to fill full-time and part-time positions.

Parking is free and ADA accessible.

To register for the event visit tinyurl.com/ydgbrlav.

Employers attending include:

Bothell Police Department, city of Bothell, city of Everett, city of Lake Forest Park, city of Mill Creek, city of Mulkiteo, city of Seattle (finance, administrative services, Seattle animal shelter, fleet mechanics), Cocoon House, Community Transit, Everett Transit, Kenmore Police Department/King County Sheriff’s Office, Metro Transit, King County IT, Lake Forest Park Police Department, Monroe Correctional Complex, National Testing Network, NorCom, Northshore Fire Department, Northshore School District, Northshore Utility District, Public Health – Seattle & King County, Public Safety Testing, Redmond Fire Department, Silver Lake Water and Sewer, Sno911, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Post Office, U.S. Census Bureau, Woodinville Fire & Rescue, Worksource and YMCA (Northshore).

For more information please visit our Facebook Event Page at tinyurl.com/yabooxl7.

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