SLATE Announces May Professional Event

Professional event for job seekers looking for careers in Health care

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Released: 05-24-2011

The next installment of the SLATE EMPLOYMENT TRANSITION SERIES (SETS), a service provided by the ST. LOUIS AGENCY ON TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT (SLATE) MISSOURI CAREER CENTER, will be a professional development event for those interested in finding local jobs in Healthcare. Attendees of this two hour event will have an opportunity to hear a panel of recruiters and HR representatives working in the healthcare industry discuss their business culture, job opportunities, application process and what they look for in successful candidates. Those who arrive early will have an opportunity to network and gain new insights into the skills and experience needed to succeed. Presenters Micah Parker, Talent Acquisition Specialist from Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and Christopher Anderson and Christina Parker, Recruiters from Mercy Health Care, will devote a full hour to a Q & A session.

The event will take place on Thursday, May 26, 2011, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., at the Forest Park Community College, Student Center-Highlander Lounge, 5600 Oakland Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110.

Admission is free but the SLATE Missouri Career Center asks that the first-time attendees register/create a profile at www.MissouriCareerSource.com. Free parking.

For more information, contact Cheryl Jones, Business Developer at SLATE Missouri Career Center, at cjones@stlworks.com.

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