Bakersfield, California 2021-09-15 18:30:00 –
The outlets of Tejon and Tejon Ranch Commerce Center are holding a two-hour job fair from 11:00 am on September 25 to fill various positions of companies such as Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Pieology and Caterpillar Inc. increase.
Job seekers can participate for free. A news release published on Wednesday encouraged them to bring some copies of their resumes and prepare for an on-the-spot interview.
“Whether you’re interested in fashion, travel, tourism, looking for it in the food and beverage industry, or want to start your career in the warehousing industry, there are jobs for you,” said Outlet Marketing. Said in Director, Becca Bland, Release.
The job fair will be held next to the Outlet Hot Topic Store in Suite 865. The address is 5701 Outlet in Daejeon Parkway, Irvine.
Karen Zuber has been appointed President of Bank of America Bakersfield.
Zuber joined the bank as a member of the retail banking team in 1998 and has since played a leading role in managing financial centers. Prior to becoming a Bakersfield market executive, she worked as a small business banker.
She is a board member of the Bakersfield College Foundation, Khan Economic Development Foundation, Central California Health Center, and California State University Bakersfield Business Research and Education Center.
In her new position, Zuber is responsible for connecting local businesses, families and individuals with the banks and investment resources of financial institutions.
The Ashlion franchise’s uBreaki Fix has opened in Bakersfield’s 3700 California Ave., Suite 200.
Owned by Ryan McDaniel and Robert Gothlin, who opened uBreaki Fix stores in Clovis, Fresno and Visalia, the store offers repair services such as screen cracks, battery problems and flood repairs.
The franchise was launched in Orlando, Florida in 2009 and currently has nearly 700 stores in North America. This is a certified repair service for devices such as Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel smartphones.
The “pipe cutting type” set at 10 am on September 24th is Taft’s 501 North St. To commemorate the opening of the Oildorado headquarters store and lounge in.
The event marks the official start of the city’s annual Oildorado celebration, which begins on October 8th and continues until October 17th.
Event directors, volunteers, Maids of Petroleum, Posse, Wooden Nickel Gang, elected officials and local business owners will be attending.
There are volunteer staff and stockpiles in the store. Information about Oildorado, which had to be canceled last year for COVID-19, is available online. www.taftoildorado.com..
Drought-stricken ranchers are federally funded to cover the cost of transporting feed for livestock that depend on grazing.
The USDA has made assistance available through an update to an emergency assistance program for livestock, bees, and farmed fish called ELAP.
ELAP already covers the cost of transporting water during the drought. The current difference is that as of this year, the program will also help pay for feed transportation if hay and grazing become unavailable.
The USDA said in a news release that qualified ranchers will be reimbursed for 60 percent of feed transportation costs, which exceeds normal annual costs. Qualified producers who are not fully serviced will be reimbursed 90 percent of their shipping costs, which exceeds their normal annual costs.
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