Number of Openings: 100
Company Name: Finger Lakes Works
Job Title: Sales Associates/Customer Service
Minimum Experience Required: No experience requirement provided.
Job Description: Effective Sep 30th, the Waterloo Premium Outlets will be hosting an Job Fair/Open Recruitment each Wednesday thru the month of October. The Wednesday events will be held in the Food Court of the outlet mall from 2-4 p.m. Attendees will have an opportunity to speak with hiring managers about these opportunities, submit resumes and complete applications. We have a diverse selection of retail and customer service employment opportunities that include full-time, part-time, seasonal and /or permanent positions in all our specialty stores that include: Designer Fashions and Sportswear, Children, Shoes, Accessories & Jewelry, Housewares & Home Furnishing, Gift & Specialty and Food & Drink. So what specialty store would be the perfect fit for you? Hope to see you there! The Waterloo Premium Outlets is home to more approximately 100 outlet stores. For additional information on the Waterloo Premium Outlets, please visit www.premiumoutlets.com/waterloo/.
Job Location: Waterloo, New York
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer in person:
Store Directly , Waterloo Outlets
Waterloo, NY 13165
SENECA COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY!!
GENEVA, NEW YORK – The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board Inc. (FLWIB) announced today that the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (SENIDA) is September’s “Community Partner of the Month,” recognizing the agency’s efforts in working collaboratively with Finger Lakes WIB to address economic and workforce issues impacting the region.
The SENIDA is a public benefit corporation dedicated to ensuring the long-term economic health of Seneca County by attracting new businesses and helping existing businesses grow. The agency promotes private sector commercial and industrial development while advancing job opportunities and the economic welfare of the people of Seneca County. SENIDA works with site selectors, CEOs and business owners to make the most of the region’s numerous geographic advantages and exceptional workforce, forming partnerships that will benefit both the employers and the people that call Seneca County home.
The SENIDA has been an important sponsor of Finger Lakes Works With Their Hands, a career exploration event for high school students in the region focused on Skill Trades and Advanced Manufacturing. This program exposes students to the careers that exist in these sectors while developing a “pipeline” of future talent. SENIDA partners with the Finger Lakes Works Seneca County Workforce Development office in an effort to help local companies find and keep a high quality workforce. Additionally, SENIDA is also a founding member and supporter of the Finger Lakes Advanced Manufacturers’ Enterprise (FAME). This group of manufacturers is focused on the development of a strong workforce in Advanced Manufacturing.
“Having a strong community partner like SENIDA is one more reason why the Finger Lakes is a great place to do business” said Karen Springmeier, Executive Director, FLWIB. “We look forward to continuing this partnership as we work together to build a strong workforce in Finger Lakes region.”
The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. invites the public to attend the September 2015 Full Board Meeting.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Holiday Inn – Waterloo/Seneca Falls
Please RSVP with your attendance to the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board by September 14th.
For more information please call, 315-789-3131.
Codie Arno and Derek Mehlenbacher are two WIA Youth Program participants from Seneca County Workforce Development who have just successfully completed the FLCC Advanced Manufacturing Machinist training at ITT/Goulds Pumps. Both of these young men have accepted employment as full-time, Goulds Pumps employees! Congratulations and good luck!
Pictured above is Cody Arno.
Pictured above is Derek Mehlenbacher. Derek was the PY’14 WIA Youth Success Story from Seneca County. To learn more about his story, click here.