For those who do not have the schedule flexibility with their current job, this is the perfect opportunity to see what jobs are available in the Roanoke and New River valleys
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Roanoke, Va. (PRWEB) September 11, 2008
jobs.roanoke.com, the leading employment site for the Roanoke and New River valleys, will host the area's second virtual job fair of 2008. The Roanoke Times/roanoke.com Virtual Job Fair will be held from Sunday, September 7 through Friday, September 26 online at http://jobs.roanoke.com.
During the virtual job fair, job seekers will be able to see companies in the Roanoke and New River valleys that are currently hiring for positions such as nurses, healthcare professionals, therapists, call center representatives, customer service specialists, administration, account executives, accountants, and production specialists. Unlike traditional job fairs, job seekers will be able to participate when and where it is convenient.
"For those who do not have the schedule flexibility with their current job, this is the perfect opportunity to see what jobs are available in the Roanoke and New River valleys," said Keith Foreman, manager of employment Classifieds for The Roanoke Times/roanoke.com. "Employed job seekers can also have peace of mind by participating anonymously from wherever they feel comfortable and search dozens of available jobs."
The Roanoke Times/roanoke.com Virtual Job Fair is a fresh take on job fairs. This is a local job fair that is open to the public and easy to navigate. With a few simple clicks, job seekers will be able to research companies, submit their resume and even apply for jobs of interest by filling out a questionnaire. Employers will contact potential employees during and after the Virtual Job Fair. Job seekers need to visit http://jobs.roanoke.com from Sunday, September 7 through Friday, September 26 to participate in The Roanoke Times/roanoke.com Virtual Job Fair.
The Roanoke Times/roanoke.com is the leading news and information provider in Southwest Virginia, reaching Roanoke, Salem, Radford, Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Dublin, Pulaski, and more. The daily newspaper is distributed across 19 counties and has an average six-day circulation of nearly 97,000, and a Sunday circulation topping 106,000. Consistently voted as the area's most popular website, roanoke.com averages almost 450,000 unique visitors every month. Founded in 1886, The Roanoke Times has provided award-winning news coverage and community information for 120 years. Additional information can be found at http://www.roanoke.com.
For more information, contact:
Nan.mahone @ roanoke.com
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