Want a new job? Check out this drive-through job fair in Springfield


A Springfield staffing firm will host a drive-through job fair next month, providing local residents an opportunity to apply for about 60 available positions.

Express Employment Professionals will host the event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, at 2200 N. Limestone St. The first 40 applicants will receive a fuel or restaurant gift card.

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The available positions are in industries ranging from industrial, transportation, maintenance, sales, accounting, welding, banking, nonprofits, mechanical work and more. Express Employment clients include small family-owned businesses as well as some of the largest employers in Clark County.

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Residents who are looking for work or are employed but open to new opportunities can either apply or drop off their resume quickly during their lunch break or on their way to or from work, according to information from Express Employment.

Applicants are encouraged to attend with or without resumes. If a resume is unavailable the Express team will gather the necessary information to provide assistance, according to information from the company.

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The drive-through will be located in the parking lot to the side of the Express office.

Express Employment Professionals is a locally owned franchised staffing company that has been in Springfield since 1989. The company offers temporary, evaluation hire, and direct hire job placements at companies located in Clark and Champaign Counties.

For more information, residents are asked to call at 937-399-5323.



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