MAU job fair today

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MAU is holding a job fair today to fill job openings at Augusta-Aiken area industrial sites.

The job fair will be at Hampton Inn in Aiken, 100 Tamil Drive, until 4 p.m. Job fair attendees will be interviewed on the spot for consideration in the available positions.

MAU is seeking applicants to fill these positions in the Augusta-Aiken area: forklift operators, inventory control specialist, mechanical assemblers, machine operators, maintenance technician, packers, quality specialist, quality technician and welders.

 All applicants must have a minimum of six months related work experience, a clean background and must submit to a drug screening. A wide variety of shift models and shift schedules are available. Ask about MAU’s Associate Referral Program, which includes a potential $50 bonus.

 

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TrukinRanger
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TrukinRanger 03/24/11 - 03:50 pm
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ends at 4pm- posted @
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ends at 4pm- posted @ 1:11pm??

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 03/24/11 - 04:14 pm
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I have been in a local public

I have been in a local public library for over one hour. During that hour and continuing into the next one, three people have been carrying on a conversation in a study area, not only too loudly, but proselytizing (yes, I can hear the whole thing) and one of the persons has been rocking back and forth while standing between the other two, so that his already deep voice carries across the whole room and the rocking is quite distracting as well. Each time these people move it shakes the whole row of cubicles. No one in the staff is doing a thing about it. It should not be necessary for patrons to ask that something to be done about it when it is apparent to everyone in the area it is a nuisance. Please pro-actively enforce the library rules.

OhWell
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OhWell 03/24/11 - 04:41 pm
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What does your post have to

What does your post have to do with a job fair AutumnLeaves?

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 03/24/11 - 05:11 pm
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OhWell. I sat down originally

OhWell. I sat down originally to respond to this article because I entered the words "Job Fair" this morning into the Augusta Chronicle search engine to get information on any Job Fairs in the area, because several people I know were planning to continue looking for jobs today, but NOTHING came up in the search engine and wondered if something was wrong with it. I was annoyed to see this article post AFTER one local job fair that we did hear about in other ways was over. The persons might have been able to attend both job fairs if they had been informed in a timely manner. The information they had on the one they DID go to came by post card and phone call from Congressman John Barrows, otherwise, they would have missed that one as well. I hope you will forgive the departure from the thread, but even when the distractions ended, I was still not in the mood to come back to this article until now. I mentioned above that their behavior was distracting and it was, otherwise I would have already posted my complaint about the lack of information about the Job Fair before now.

OhWell
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OhWell 03/24/11 - 05:33 pm
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AutumnLeaves I agree that the

AutumnLeaves I agree that the media and the local unemployment office are of little or no help to people looking for employment. I am glad we got to converse and you have a good evening.

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corgimom 03/24/11 - 07:33 pm
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AL, we can't do a thing about

AL, we can't do a thing about the public library. Complain to the library staff. I have no idea why you keep posting about this on here, but since the library is for everyone, not just you, I don't think you'll get too far.

I believe that if I had an issue with the library I'd take it up with the library and not a newspaper blog, but that's just me.

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corgimom 03/24/11 - 07:38 pm
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I don't consider it the AC's

I don't consider it the AC's responsibility to keep people informed about a job fair. Although I know I think outside the box, if I were looking for a job, I'd contact every employment agency I could find and ask to be put on their notification list for job fairs.

Personally, when I was unemployed, I considered it my responsibility to find a job, not other people's or the AC. But that's just me.

corgimom
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corgimom 03/24/11 - 07:41 pm
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And by the way, those "job

And by the way, those "job fairs" by employment agencies are trolling sessions- they want applications from people to fill temp jobs. They run those "job fairs" continually. All someone would have to do is go to MAU and fill out an application.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 03/26/11 - 01:23 pm
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corgimom, I'm quite sure the

corgimom, I'm quite sure the persons involved have done that. Did I miss something, did someone ask someone on the AC for a job that prompted your smarmy comment? Or has that post been removed? BTW, why should I complain to the job staff AGAIN, when it takes time away from my work. It is part of their JOB to pro-actively enforce the rules for EVERYONE's sake, not just mine. I write the posts on here, because usually library staff are prolific readers and will eventually read or hear about the comments and wonder if it applies to their branch. There is ALWAYS room for better customer service. While they're at it, enforce the rules about no phone use (receiving calls, talking on them, texting) in the library, too.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 03/26/11 - 01:30 pm
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It is not the AC's

It is not the AC's responsibility to inform people about a job fair, but it seems like a moot point to report on it AFTER it happens. What good does that do? Seems more newsworthy to me to report on an upcoming job fair and then do a follow-up story. I also gave the AC the benefit of the doubt, asking if there was something wrong with the search engine, that maybe it had been reported and I just couldn't find the information because of a problem with the search engine. If the job fairs are just trolling, other job help agencies shouldn't be sending their people to them, either.

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