CareerSource to Hire 200 Workers For
“Food for Florida” Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 18th, 2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Janeth Ramirez email@example.com (239) 225-2500
FT MYERS, FLA – CareerSource Southwest Florida has received a grant to hire up to 200 full time, temporary workers to implement the “Food for Florida” program.
“This is an opportunity for individuals to get involved in the community and get paid for their efforts” said Joe Paterno, Executive Director of CareerSource Southwest Florida.
“We need to do a big shout-out to all the first responders and tip-our hats to all volunteers post Irma but there are those who have lost wages, need to provide for their families and require a paycheck to do so.” said Paterno
The National Dislocated Workers Grant (DWG) is designed specifically for those individuals who want to help rebuild their communities but also earn a paycheck to provide for their families basic needs.
CareerSource is recruiting for three types of positions:
Line Maintenance/Greeters: Greet individuals and ensure an orderly flow of line traffic.
Eligibility Aids: Check IDs for local residency and contact information
Site Supervisors: Assign work schedules, process reports and time cards.
Anyone who has been dislocated from their job due to Hurricane Irma or is experiencing long term unemployment should visit their nearest CareerSource Southwest Florida center to apply or visitor our website at www.careersourcesouthwestflorida.com
For more information contact: Janeth Ramirez (239) 225-2500
When: Thursday, October 19th & Friday 20th 9:00am-3:00pm Where: CareerSource Southwest Florida centers.
Why: Full Time and Part Time - Temporary Position