Multi-employer job fair today at Tofino Botanical Gardens

Need a job? There’s a multiple-employer job fair today at the Tofino Botanical Gardens.

WorkBC Employment Services is holding the West Coast Career Fair today, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. At least 11 area employers will meet applicants, accept applications for current and future positions, and provide tips, said Bill Brown of the Alberni Valley Employment Centre. Snacks will be served. Participating employers include Creative Salmon, the Wickaninnish Inn, Middle Beach Lodge, Jamie’s Rainforest Inn, Long Beach Lodge Resort, Best Western Tin Wis, Canadian Princess Resort, www.avemployment.ca, INEO Employment Services, Community Futures Alberni-Clayoquot, Alberni Valley Employment Centre, Cox Bay Beach Resort, Black Rock Oceanfront Resort.

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