Looking for a new career? The folks at Express Employment Professionals stopped by Studio10 to talk about an upcoming job fair.
The job fair is Friday, August 26 in Jackson, AL. Click on the Studio10 video link to hear all about the different positions that will be available.
With more applicants than work, finding the just the right person for an industrial position might seem overwhelming to any employer. A lot of time can be taken away from your normal job duties due to placing classified ads, screening resumes and outsourcing background checks/ drug screens. Express benefits many companies throughout Mobile and Baldwin County by placing people in skilled and unskilled positions. The Industrial Staffing Specialists at Express really take pride in finding the right candidate to fill each position that is given to them. Each person who is interviewed at Express goes through a thorough testing process that includes:
- Employment Verifications
- Drug Screens
- Skills Assessments
- Federal and State Criminal Background Checks
Call Express today to find your next great team member!
Express Employment Professionals
3662 Dauphin Street, Suite B
Mobile, AL 36608
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