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Transportation, construction job fair Thursday in Oklahoma City

The Associated Press - March 29, 2017 3:25 pm

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will present a free Transportation & Construction Job Fair with industry recruiters March 30 in Oklahoma City for anyone interested in a job related to highway construction or planning.

Participants will have the opportunity to meet with recruiters from the highway planning and construction industry.

The free transportation and construction job fair will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Tower Hotel 3233 Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City.

Vendors from all aspects of transportation, civil engineering, surveying and trucking as well as construction and heavy equipment operation will be in attendance to talk to potential job candidates.

Job-seekers with experience in the construction and transportation industries are encouraged to attend and should consider bringing resumes and dressing business casual. This event provides an opportunity for candidates to meet and talk to a significant number of employers all in the same location.

The Transportation & Construction Job Fair is a free event for vendors and job seekers and is sponsored by ODOT’s Civil Rights Division.

For information about this event, visit ODOT’s website www.odot.org and click on the Job Fair banner or if you have questions contact Michelle Whittington at (405) 521-2082, or [email protected]

 

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