When clubs or civic organizations need a program speaker, the Roanoke Rapids Employment Service (ES)/JobLink can help.

Staff at the ES/JobLink can give informative talks about job placement activities, unemployment insurance requirements and local labor market information to any club or civic group.

ES/JobLink has been undergoing a big transformation in the way it delivers services through technological advances and the JobLink Career Center concept. In most instances, ES/JobLink staff is available on short notice to fill in if the need for a last-minute program speaker arises.

Current job openings are on file at the ES/JobLink in the following areas: Transportation drivers, front end loader/bob cat operators, math teacher, bus driver, dispatcher, tax assessor, yard driver, work cell operators, advertising account executive, RNs, pharmacy technician, science instructor, landscape attendant, electrician, carpenter, Head Start Director, counter sales, CNAs, highway transportation worker, cashiers, grocery store manager, child development teacher, teacher assistant, infant toddler teacher, flatbed truck driver, duct installers, maintenance electricians, production workers, bookkeeper, lab supervisor, production supervisor, accounting clerk, breakfast host, Child Support Agent II, office associate, nursing instructor, English instructor, and small engine mechanic.

For more information about these jobs and others, visit the ES/JobLink Career Center from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Employers may call 537-4188 or fax 535-7943 to list job openings, or they may visit www.ncjobconnector.com to list job openings and find applicants.

Applicants may inquire about jobs at www.ncjobconnector.com.

Contact Tommy McKnight, ES/JobLink Manager, at 537-4188 for more information

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