Looking for work? Here are two job fairs to look out for next week – Stockton Record

Looking for work? Here are two job fairs to look out for next week – Stockton Record

Looking for work in San Joaquin County? Here are two job fairs to look out for next week.
The San Joaquin County Office of Education will be hosting the “All in for the commUNITY” resource fair at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza, 2 E. Oak St. in Stockton from 3:30-6 p.m. May 3. 
Job recruiters will be on hand from the San Joaquin County Probation Office, the Stockton Police Department and the Stockton Community Services Department. There will be music, prizes and food trucks to compliment a variety of organizations bringing information about services, resources and job opportunities. 
Other organizers for the event include: 
For those who might be interested in working in special education but don’t know where to start San Joaquin County Office of Education is hosting a job fair May 4 for permanent instructional assistants supporting special education programs.  
The job fair will be from 4-7 p.m. at the Nelson Center, 2922 Transworld Drive in Stockton where interested applicants can take part in on-the-spot interviews.  
The county is offering $500 signing bonuses for permanent instructional assistants to support teachers in special education classrooms. No experience is required, and the county will provide training and ongoing support.  
In addition to permanent positions, San Joaquin County Office of Education will also be hiring several substitute and temporary positions: Substitute instructional assistants, bus riders and teachers, and temporary campus safety technicians, clerical support and interpreters.  
Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and proof of proficiency via proficiency exam or 48 college units. To accelerate the hiring process, free services will be offered at the fair:  
Those interested in attending the job fair are encouraged to create a profile at edjoin.org before attending. To pre-register for the fair, visit www.tinyurl.com/JobFairMay4
Record reporter Ben Irwin covers Stockton and San Joaquin County government. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter @B1rwin. Support local news, subscribe to The Stockton Record at https://www.recordnet.com/subscribenow

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