Construction and Manufacturing Job Fair Over 30 Employers – This Thursday

What:             Construction and Manufacturing Job Fair Date:              Thursday, June 14th Time:              10:00 – 1:00 Hosted by:    CareerSource NEFL in partnership with FSCJ Location:      Florida State College’s Deerwood Center Room B1204 9911 Old Baymeadows Road Jacksonville, FL 32256 Jobseekers can pre-register for the event online by click here: Construction and Manufacturing Job Fair 2018. Uber is supporting this … Continue reading Construction and Manufacturing Job Fair Over 30 Employers – This Thursday

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Manufacturing Jobs Offer a Chance for Training in China

JinkoSolar is a global leader in the solar industry that announced a Jacksonville location in January 2018. The Cecil Commerce Center plant would be the Shanghai-based company’s first U.S. manufacturing location. The current plan has the plant set to open in August 2018. The site will be an assembly facility that will employ about 200 … Continue reading Manufacturing Jobs Offer a Chance for Training in China

Students get early kickstart on careers, internships

Courtesy of The Florida Times Union By Denise Smith Amos About 20 percent of all jobs require STEM knowledge and pay, on average, $53,000 a year, which is 10 percent more than other jobs requiring similar levels of education, said Ashley Smith Juarez, a School Board member. “We’re doing our best to build enough supply … Continue reading Students get early kickstart on careers, internships

Incentives for solar panel maker set for Jacksonville City Council vote

Courtesy of the Times Union By Steve Patterson First Published - January 17, 2018 Legislation in Jacksonville’s City Council offers financial incentives for an unnamed foreign company to begin manufacturing solar power panels in Jacksonville, the company’s first American location. A City Council committee approved offering $24.6 million in local incentives Wednesday — the state … Continue reading Incentives for solar panel maker set for Jacksonville City Council vote