ECU Health, Workforce Development Board and NCWorks to hold Virtual Career Fair | Beaufort County Now | Washington, N.C. – ECU Health, in partnership with the Rivers East Workforce Development Board and NCWorks, will host a series of hiring events including both virtual and in-person job fairs in the months of July and August.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    Washington, N.C. - ECU Health, in partnership with the Rivers East Workforce Development Board and NCWorks, will host a series of hiring events including both virtual and in-person job fairs in the months of July and August.

    The first event featuring Food & Nutrition and Environmental Services job openings will be held in person at the ECU Monroe Center on July 13 from 10:00am-2:00pm and 5:30pm-7:00pm. A second event, also featuring Food & Nutrition and Environmental Services job openings, will be held virtually on July 14 from 10:00am-12:00pm.

    A second in-person job fair targeting all job openings at the ECU Health Hospitals in Greenville, Tarboro, and Washington will be held at the Greenville Convention Center on August 10 from 9:00am-5:00pm. A second virtual job fair targeting all job openings at the ECU Health Hospitals in Ahoskie, Edenton/Windsor, Kenansville, and Roanoke Rapids will be on August 11 from 10:00am-12:00pm.

    During these events, individuals will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the ECU Health hospitals located throughout eastern North Carolina. Individuals interested in attending one of the in-person fairs should pre-register by visiting https://careers.ecuhealth.org/pages/ecu-health-job-fair. Individuals interested in attending one of the virtual job fairs can register by going to https://tinyurl.com/ECUvirtualJ14. Participants will be required to upload their resumes in pdf format to apply for the openings.

    Should individuals need assistance with resume or interview prep, they are encouraged to contact their local NCWorks Career Center:

  • Beaufort County: 1502 North Market Street, Washington or call 252.940.0900
  • Bertie County 409 Granville Street, Windsor or call 252.794.4861 ext. 175
  • Hertford County: 109 Community College Road, Jernigan Building B, Ahoskie or call 252.862.1257
  • Martin County: 1161 Kehukee Park Road, Williamston or call 252.792.7816
  • Pitt County: 3101 Bismarck Street, Greenville or call 252.355.9067

    Jennie Bowen, Workforce Development Director states, "We are excited to partner with ECU Health for these in person and virtual hiring events to help them connect with local talent. Participation in any of these job fair events, along with other services provided by our NCWorks Career Centers, have been and remain available at no cost to job seekers and employers in need of assistance. In addition, our Career Centers offer a variety of services that help prepare individuals for job search-related needs. If you or someone you know is looking for a job, or if you are an employer who would like to participate in an in-person or virtual job fair, please reach out to your local NCWorks Career Center."

    The board's office is located at 1502 N. Market St., Suite A in Washington. For more information, call (252) 974-1815.

    This virtual event is managed by the Rivers East Workforce Development Board and funded by the DOL Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act state set aside through a special Center Enhancement Grant totaling $350,000.


   Contact: Jennie Bowen
   Workforce Development Director
   Phone: (252) 974-1815
   Email: jbowen@mideastcom.org
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