The Paris & District Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with St. Leonard’s Community Services and the County of Brant, is hosting a free job fair on May 12, 2022.
The pandemic has put a strain on many industries and businesses. Seeing a urgent need for workers, the Paris & District Chamber of Commerce is providing an opportunity for businesses to connect with local, general labour job seekers. It is free of charge, for both employers and job seekers.
Limited spaces remain for local employers to reserve a table for recruiting. Job seekers are encouraged to bring copies of their resume, and be prepared for on site interviews. Opportunities are available for part and full time, as well as seasonal and student jobs. Some of the available jobs include hospitality, retail, customer service, logistics and warehousing, food service, administration, sales, and general manufacturing.
The following local businesses will be recruiting on site at the job fair:
− Arepa love
− Arlington Hotel
− Best Western Hotel Brantford
− Brimich Logistics
− Chillin’ Buds
− City of Brantford-BRC
− Community Living Brant
− Hampton Inn & Suites Brantford
− iSPAN Systems LP
− JGW Machine Limited
− Nick’s nofrills
− Nine North
− NPAAMB Indigenous Youth Employment & Training
− Paris Beer Co
− Paris Home Hardware-Downtown
− Stubbe’s Precast
− TC BGI Retail
− Thomas Painting Inc.
− Tim Horton’s Paris
− Wee Watch Brantford Brant
− Woodview Mental Health & Autism Services
The County of Brant is providing free shuttle service from the Brantford Transit Bus terminal, and pre-registration for transportation is required before May 10 at www.ParisCOC.ca Shuttle service does include an accessible vehicle, upon request. The event will be following all governmental recommendations and guidelines in place at the time regarding COVID-19 safety. Hand sanitizer will be provided and masks will be available.
Location: Brant Sports Complex, 944 Powerline Road, Paris, Lafarge Hall
Date: Thursday, May 12, 2022
Time: 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Shuttle Service: provided by Brant Transit (registration required at www.Pariscoc.ca)
“It’s important to strengthen our local community and support each other as much as possible. Connecting employers with job seekers builds a stronger future for the County of Brant.” said Sue Morton, Chamber President.
The Paris and District Chamber of Commerce strives to be recognized as the “Voice of Business” in the County of Brant dedicated to creating a sustainable, engaged, collaborative and vibrant business community.