Engineering Technology Job Fair Is Dec. 13 At Chattanooga State

Friday, December 06, 2013

The Engineering Technology Division and Career Services will hold a job fair on Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Center for Engineering Technology And Science (CETAS) building/Wacker Institute on the main campus of Chattanooga State.


The job fair will serve to connect engineering technology graduates with potential employers and will focus on available technical jobs in our service area. Other non-technical positions will also be featured.


Several staffing companies such as Advantage Technical Resourcing, Aerotek, and MAU Workforce Solutions will be at the fair to match resumes with the following job openings:

·       MAU: mechanical engineer, machine designer, quality control inspector, drill press operator, welder and assemblers.

·       Aerotek: Mechanical, electrical and industrial engineers, welders, PLC maintenance, multi-skilled maintenance, clerks, accounting, brokers, and administrative.

·       Advantage: CNC operators, machine design engineer, manufacturing engineer, machine operator, quality inspector and other manufacturing jobs.


Penney Hughey, Regional Relationship Manager of AIM Chattanooga, will be available to help job seekers upload resumes to www.ChattanoogaHasJobs.com. Chattanooga State Engineering Technology advisors also will provide information about programs that lead to technical jobs with great earning potential.


The event is free and open to the public. For more information about the Job Fair, contact Lulu Copeland, lulu.copeland@chattanoogastate.edu or call 423 697-3212. 



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