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Enterprise hiring college students

Car-rental company Enterprise Holdings is looking for college-educated applicants for its management-training and internship programs. It plans to hire more than 300 people for the programs,  including 33 on Long Island. The company will also hire in the tristate area and in Vermont.

All of the positions are paid, the company said. The management internships last from eight to 12 weeks...

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Solar company to hold job fair

Roof Diagnostics Inc., a New Jersey provider of

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Roof Diagnostics Solar in Bohemia will hold a job fair on Wednesday to try to fill 20 to 30 positions that include sales and installation.  

The fair will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. at the company, located at 170 Wilbur Place, Suite 100.

Job-seekers are urged to attend a short presentation at 4 p.m. or 6 p.m. Candidates should also bring a resume and be prepared for a brief interview...

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New vets green-industry class

A training program aimed at helping military veterans gain a foothold in the green construction industry will begin a new class on Nov. 4. The VetsBuild Long Island class will take up to 20 applicants, and possibly more, said Abdi Akgun, a program recruiter.

Bank of America provided a grant for the five-week, free class, Akgun said. The vets will learn the basics of weatherization and energy...

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Suffolk sponsors job recruiting

Nina Ohakam, of Islandia, searches for job applications

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The Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center will host a series of on-site job recruiting sessions over the next month at its Hauppauge and Riverhead locations and the Riverhead Free Library.

On Monday in Hauppauge and Tuesday in Riverhead, the staffing company Express Employment Professionals is hoping to hire 210 seasonal floor associates and stock workers for “a large retail chain” with...

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Suffolk events for job seekers

Oakdale resident Damien Brodsky, 26, fills out an

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The Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center will host a number of companies recruiting for a variety of local jobs over the next three weeks.

The center will also host some events for people considering self-employment.

Renewal by Andersen, the window-replacement company, will be at the One-Stop in Hauppauge on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., hoping to fill 15 field-marketing representative...

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7 Suffolk events for job seekers

Three jobs fairs and four individual employer recruiting sessions are on tap in Suffolk County, most of them next week.

National CareerFairs will feature its Long Island version on Monday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Melville Marriott at 1350 Walt Whitman Rd. Employers expected to attend represent a wide variety of businesses, including accounting, auditing, administrative and support services,...

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Companies to recruit at LI job fairs

On Sept. 18, Target hopes to staff 50

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Three employers hope to fill a variety of jobs during recruitment sessions hosted by the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center.

On Monday, ManpowerGroup, the temporary-staffing company, will recruit for more than 30 assembly-line positions at a “prestigious manufacturing company in Melville" for all shifts.  It will recruit at  the center's Hauppauge location at 725 Veterans...

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