Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Register Now for Structure Tone Job Fair on Feb. 5th

The Structure Tone organization is an international full-service construction services provider. The organization's subcontractors are hiring candidates to fill various trade positions throughout New York City, which include electrical, mechanical, carpentry, and more. Structure Tone is working with Workforce1 and its staff of experienced recruiters to hold pre-screening events for interested candidates. Candidates must attend a Workforce1 pre-screening event to be considered for a position with Structure Tone.

By working with Structure Tone to understand subcontractors’ hiring needs, Workforce1 will facilitate candidate pre-screening in order to 1) prepare candidates to meet with a potential employer and 2) provide the various subcontractors with candidates that best meet the respective job qualifications.

Candidates that successfully pass the pre-screening process will receive an invitation to attend the Structure Tone Job Fair that will be held on February 5, in Lower Manhattan. Pre-screening events will take place in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem and Queens during the week of January 22. To qualify, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a member of a union that is actively working with Structure Tone
  •  Must be currently unemployed
  • Must have an email address
Registration is required. To get started, click the "Register Now" button below.  You'll need an email address to register for this event and to receive information on the time and location of your pre-screening session, if selected.  If you don't already have an email address, you can get one for free at Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail. Click here to Register Now!


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