"You're Hired!" Construction Industry Job Fair Seeks Experienced Employees

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 | 12:29 pm

Don’t miss this GREAT opportunity for job seekers!

NASHVILLE - Construction season has started, and the Bledsoe County Correctional Complex is looking for workers they need at the upcoming Construction Industry Job Fair. This great opportunity will be held on Thursday, April 8, 2010, from 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. at the Administration Building at 500 College Street in Spencer, Tennessee. The event is sponsored by the Van Buren County Mayor’s Office and the Tennessee Career Center at Crossville.
      
Applicants must have verifiable and recent experience in industrial and commercial building projects. Jobs available include the following:
 
-Concrete Worker (Footings / Forms / Finisher)         -Mechanical / HVAC Installer
-Sheet Metal Worker (Fabricator / Welder)                -Journeyman Plumbers / Helpers     
-Commercial Plumber / Pipe Welder                         -Construction Carpenter / Helpers
-Journeyman Electrician / Helper                              -Heavy Construction Laborers
                                                 
“We’re pleased to assist in finding applicants for the Bledsoe Correctional Complex,” said Commissioner James Neeley. “These are jobs that would appeal to all kinds of individuals in the construction industry.”

Bledsoe County Mayor Gregg Ridley said, “the prison expansion is such an opportunity for job seekers to work here at home when so many people have lost their employment.”
 
County Mayor Kelly Dishman added, “it’s good for the county and great for those construction workers who have been looking for work in our area. We encourage everyone with experience in this field to come and apply for these jobs.”
 
All applicants must bring two forms of identification with one being a picture ID. It is necessary to bring a list of references and a resume. Applications and other job related paperwork will be filled out during the job fair.

For more information on the jobs fair please contact James C. Perry, Manager, Tennessee Career Center at Crossville (931) 484-8614,
James.C.Perry@tn.gov.