Wednesday, November 10th | 11am-2pm
Food Service Virtual Interview Event
SkillsRI will be hosting a CharterCARE virtual hiring event that will focus on Certified Nursing Assistant’s interested in taking their career to the next level.
Specific components of the Mental Health Worker-CNA role include performing clinical skills and nursing procedures. Applicants should demonstrate clinical competence in the provision of direct patient care and technical assistance to the Health Care Team.
CharterCARE is hiring for St. Joseph Health Services Of Rhode Island in North Providence.
Lifespan is the largest healthcare provider and employer in Rhode Island, delivering health with care.
SkillsRI & Lifespan have teamed up to offer a virtual hiring event on Thursday, August 5, 2021 from 12:30 – 4:30 PM, allowing candidates to skip the waiting and get right to interviewing with Lifespan.
Starting Pay: $19.50
Starting Pay: $16.50
Shift Differentials: Night Shift: $2.75, Evening $1.75, & Weekend $3.50
Lifespan is hiring for locations across Rhode Island, from Newport to Providence. Candidates will discuss their preferred location(s) with a Lifespan recruiter at the virtual hiring event.
Full-time CNA’s and MA’s earn great benefits
Employment stability with Rhode Island’s largest private employer
Up to $2500 bonus for evening/night CNA
Up to $1500 bonus for day CNA and MA
Opportunities for growth
Satisfaction of impacting and changing people’s lives every day
Join one of the largest food processing operations in the US right here in Rhode Island.
SkillsRI welcomes Rhode Islanders to apply for immediate Production, Packer and Operation job openings with Cargill in N. Kingstown, RI.
PPE, training and equipment/apparel provided
Recently increased sign-on bonus!
Equitable opportunities for every employee to succeed
Operator roles start at $19.50 and Production roles start at $16.50
The International Partnering Forum, taking place in Rhode Island August 18-21, will feature first-ever national offshore industry job fair and workforce development summit
The Business Network for Offshore Wind, the leading non-profit advocate for U.S. offshore wind at the state, federal and global levels, will host its seventh annual International Partnership Forum (IPF) on August 18-21, 2020 in Providence, Rhode Island.
New this year: the first-ever national offshore wind industry job fair plus a half-day workforce development summit, in partnership with Skills for Rhode Island’s Future. The OSW CareerMatch, will showcase jobs at top-tier companies seeking to grow the workforce of the future and recruit qualified candidates. The Offshore Wind Workforce Development and Education Summit, an invitation-only event, will bring together educators, stakeholders, and industry leaders to address current training programs, identify industry employment needs, required skillsets, and how organizations can fulfill these near-term needs. CareerMatch will take place 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 18, 2020.
“The U.S. offshore wind industry has reached the stage that, in order to successfully develop and meet new project demands, will require an available and qualified workforce,” said Liz Burdock, CEO and president of the Business Network for Offshore Wind. “This first-ever national Job Fair will allow top-tier supply chain companies to connect with skilled individuals to discuss projects that are going on as they speak.”
“Hosting the first-of-its-kind offshore wind energy job fair in The Ocean State is apropos,” said Nina Pande, executive director of Skills for Rhode Island’s Future. “Our organization is thrilled to have the unique opportunity to help convene talent at OSW CareerMatch to engage with the employers across the offshore wind supply chain.”
The annual IPF conference is the premier event for the offshore wind supply chain, which is now projected to be a $70 billion revenue opportunity through 2030. Fully developing this supply chain will foster local economic growth, provide thousands of jobs, and help offshore wind energy meet its potential. If fully built out worldwide, offshore wind could power 18 times the world’s current electricity needs.
The exhibit and conference sells out every year and is again on track to draw over 2,500 industry professionals representing over 575 companies, all focused on sharing valuable insights on how to move the emerging U.S. wind industry forward. The full conference schedule may be seen online here. More details, including special guest speakers, will be announced soon.
Credentialed members of the media can gain free admission and schedule interviews by contacting Peter Kelley or Lauren Glickman at email@example.com.
Skills for Rhode Island’s Future is honored to help convene veteran-friendly companies who are highly committed to supporting United States veterans through employment, training, and networking opportunities.
If you are a veteran or know a veteran, don’t miss out on this event!
Event will take place:
Saturday, November 2, 2019
3:00 PM – 9:00 PM
*Located at the Veterans Resource Fair on Washington St. and Washington St. Bridge
Congratulations to our Achiever award recipient, Jennifer Brown, and a big thank you to Steer Digital Media for the incredible video that captures Jennifer’s story.