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Posted on: September 21, 2015

City Hosts First HireAnderson Job Fair: New Job Opportunities in Anderson highlighted

The City of Anderson is pleased to invite Anderson residents to City Hall for the HireAnderson Job Fair on October 14, 2015 from 11am to 3pm.

Unemployed or underemployed Anderson residents will have the opportunity to connect with over 20 local and regional employers. Also, local service organizations will attend to highlight services such as resume assistance, computer skills building, and other employment-focused assistance. Residents are encouraged to bring several copies of their resume, although one is not required for participation in the Job Fair. During the job fair hours, the City of Anderson Transportation Services (CATS) will suspend fare fees to help residents attend. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Hoosier Park. The Anderson Herald Bulletin is also a sponsor of the HireAnderson Job Fair. Participating employers include, but are not limited to: Sirmax, NTN, GTI, Xerox, Carter Express, Community Hospital, HDP, Madison County Community Health Center, Barber Manufacturing, AccuTrac, Precision Strip, First Merchants Bank, Keihin, Prairie Farms, Anderson Power & Light, Continental Engineering, First Call Staffing, Harvest Supermarkets, Hoosier Park, Royal Interpack, Tecnoplast, and Hy-Pro Filtration. Participating service organizations and those providing employment-focused assistance include: Intersect, Inc., Anderson Public Library, City of Anderson, and Job Source/Work One. “Anderson is on the move. We are attracting manufacturers from around the globe and growing our businesses here in Anderson. We are equally committed to connecting our citizens with these companies and these new job opportunities. The HireAnderson Job Fair is another step in facilitating those connections and getting our Anderson citizens jobs,” states Mayor Kevin S. Smith. About HireAnderson: The HireAnderson Initiative seeks to connect Anderson residents to available jobs in Anderson, Madison County, and central Indiana by working directly with businesses. Residents only need to enter basic contact information, work history and an educational history on the HireAnderson portal. From there, the information is forwarded to interested companies with job openings and organizations that provide employment assistance. To access the HireAnderson portal, go to and click the big red Hire Anderson easy button.

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