MVP Group International schedules job fair for Fulton facility

MVP Group International, LLC has scheduled a job fair on Thursday, May 8th in Fulton, Kentucky. The company will be recruiting experienced manufacturing workers for their Fulton facility.

Gov. Steve Beshear announced in March 2013 that MVP would be creating 150 full-time jobs in Fulton. During the past year, the facility has been working to establish production lines and build a quality workforce. The job fair will help the company to recruit additional positions. All successful candidates will be hired directly by MVP Group International and will require a proven record of manufacturing experience.

It will take place from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Pontotoc Civic Center located at 100 East Stateline Road. To apply, individuals will have to complete a job application at the job fair. Positions available include maintenance technicians, lab technicians, quality assurance technicians, team leads, and production supervisors. All jobs seekers are invited to attend, but only those with a minimum of three years of manufacturing experience will be allowed to a submit an application.

For more information or to receive an application packet before May 8th, you can visit or call the Kentucky Career Center at (270) 247 – 3857. The Kentucky Career Center is located at 319 S. 7th Street in Mayfield, Kentucky.

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