City holding job fair


Gazette News Report

XENIA — Hoping to match residents with available jobs, the City of Xenia is holding its 2016 Xenia Job Fair 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6.

In conjunction with Ohio Means Jobs-Greene County and the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce, the job fair will showcase companies with open positions, while giving job seekers an opportunity to meet with a variety of companies from various industries.

“We find that many employers have job openings that our residents can fill,” City Manager Brent Merriman said. “We want to work with our partners, Ohio Means Jobs-Greene County and the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce, to present a job fair that will not only highlight employment opportunities in our city and region, but will also improve the quality-of-life for all our residents.”

More than 30 businesses and exhibitors are expected to attend including Clark State Community College, Greene Memorial Hospital, the City of Xenia, Teleperformance, Nuvasive Manufacturing, and HomeCare by Black Stone, First Diversity, Miami Valley Gaming, and the YMCA of Greater Dayton.

The event, being held in the Greene County Media Room, 571 Ledbetter Road, is free and open the public. Veterans are welcome. For more information, contact Ohio Means Jobs-Greene County at 937-562-6565 or visit xplorexenia.com for details.

Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz.

Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz.

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