Monterey County Workforce Development Board partners with Bloom Energy for recruitments in Soledad, Salinas

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SOLEDAD — Monterey County Workforce Development Board is gearing up to host a series of recruitments for Bloom Energy throughout the month of September.

Bloom Energy, which focuses on manufacturing and marketing solid oxide fuel cells that produce electricity on-site, is expanding operations and searching for 300 new employees to work at its Fremont facility beginning in October.

Individuals interested in positions as material handlers and assembly technicians are being sought. Day and evening shifts are available as well as transportation. 

Learn more on Bloom Energy’s website bloomenergy.com/careers/.

On-the-spot interviews and hiring will take place at the following recruitments:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Soledad Community Center, 560 Walker Drive, Soledad; and
  • Friday, Sept. 16, and Saturday, Sept. 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Salinas Career Center, 344 Salinas St., upstairs Morgan Training Room, Salinas.

Monterey County Workforce Development Board integrates public and private partnerships to train and place individuals with the skills that employers need. Through its four career center offices located in Castroville, Marina, Salinas and Seaside, job seekers connect to the services, community resources and referrals they need to prepare for middle-skill jobs.

Go to montereycountywdb.org for more information.

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