Hello job seekers. Here is the link to this week's North Coast Hot Jobs listing, https://www.scribd.com/document/322664257/North-Coast-Hot-Jobs-Aug-29
First of all, sorry for not posting a jobs listing last week. I had school registration and other things to deal with.
So progress is being made on the proposed Navy Pier Project. Apparently, a contract will be offered to a company on Sep. 6th for the project, according to the Peninsula Daily News. They also state that only 20 local employees would be hired. For more info, click here. Something else important in this article is that it states the pier would be floating. So no pile driving noise?
A previous Peninsula Daily News article had stated that "the project could generate 267 jobs during construction." For more info, click here. So, this leads to many questions such as;
1. Will only 20 locals be hired out of 267?
2. Is there more than one company involved in this project?
3. What kind of occupations are they looking for?
Some good employment news in the area involved the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Composite Recycling Technology Center located by the airport and adjacent to Angeles Composite Technologies. The hiring process for management will begin soon if not already. So they are expecting to hire 200 individuals over the next six years. For more info, click here
If you know of any Alaskan Native or Native American that is disabled and is having a hard time looking for work, ask them to contact the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Vocational Rehabilitation Program Manager, Nora Normington at 360-565-7257, ext 7483.
Have a good one.
Jim Allen, MBA, Vet
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor