Help Wanted: Nursing, engineering openings and an upcoming job fair

In this week’s Help Wanted, there are two job openings in our area and an upcoming job fair to let you know about.

1.) FT Nurse- Family Allergy & Asthma; Paducah, KY: You need a current Kentucky nurse’s license for this full time job. Experience with EMR is a plus. You need to have excellent communication skills, computer skills and a positive attitude. Multi tasking abilities are also a must. The hours are Monday through Friday, with insurance and benefits like 401K available. Please send resumes to the attention of: Kaylyn Woodall/Clinical Manager, 2312 Kentucky Avenue Paducah KY 42003. You can also fax them to 502-429-6157.

2.) Distribution Engineer II- Jackson Purchase Energy; Paducah, KY: You need a minimum three years related past experience and a bachelor’s degree in engineering (electrical or mechanical). Some of the duties for this job include: planning, developing and coordinating the implementation of the continuing property records and construction specifications. To learn more and to apply, click here.

3.) Job Search Party- Mt. Vernon, IL: The 4th Annual Job Search Party will take place on April 23 from 3-6 p.m., at the Mt. Vernon Holiday Inn Banquet Room. About 50 employers will be there. For more information, contact Whitney Schulte at 618-437-5321, Ext. 2000.

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