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Health care companies hiring at April 24 WorkSource event

The Columbian
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A dozen-plus health care companies will seek candidates to fill open jobs in Clark and Cowlitz counties at an April 24 hiring event. The event is 4 to 7 p.m. at WorkSource, 204 S.E. Stonemill Drive, Suite 215, Vancouver.

Recruiters from these companies will be interviewing candidates: Abbot & Associates, Columbia River Mental Health Services, HCR Manor Care, Kaiser Permanente, Legacy, OHSU, PeaceHealth, Prestige Care, PropacPayless Pharmacy, Providence, Vancouver Clinic, Vancouver Specialty & Rehabilitative Care, Walgreens, and Willamette Dental Group.

Candidates should dress as they would for a job interview, bring copies of their resume and be prepared to meet and interview with hiring managers. For express entry, pre-register at: https://bit.ly/2HTUMDM

Positions to be filled include: case managers, certified nursing assistants, chemical dependency professionals, dental assistants, dental hygienists, environment services, health information management, insurance assistants, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, medical assistants and medical office professionals, member services representatives, mental health professionals, occupational therapists, patient access specialists/navigators, patient care advocates, pharmacy technicians, phlebotomists, physical therapists, and sterile technicians.

For more information, contact smoore@esd.wa.gov or 360-735-4970 or stop by the front desk of a WorkSource office.

Before attending the event, candidates are encouraged to create an account and profile on www.WorkSourceWA.com to post their resume or create one, and give them exposure to additional employers that have job openings.

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