Brampton hosting career expo for city’s transit, fire and emergency services
The City of Brampton will host a career expo on Feb. 25 for those intersted in potential jobs with city’s transit and fire and emergency services. – Torstar file photos
The City of Brampton will host a career expo for those interested in jobs with Brampton Transit and the city’s fire and emergency service.
The career fair will be hosted at Chris Gibson Recreation Centre — located at 125 McLaughlin Rd. — on Feb. 25 from 3 to 8 p.m.
“Operating a bus and fighting fires may be the best-known roles in these departments, but there are a range of important positions that make up these teams. The City employs mechanics, forepersons, and administrators. There are roles in information technology, mapping, customer service, public education, and more,” said the city in a release.
While resumés won’t be accepted at the expo, city staff will be on hand to provide information about the hiring process and necessary qualifications.
The expo will give job seekers the opportunity to learn about different jobs and opportunities with both Brampton Transit and Brampton Fire and Emergency Services, speak to current employees and take part in a free resumé clinic.
“A Well-Run City includes a modern, diverse and inclusive workforce — a key part of the City’s new five-year Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. Together, we’re growing a diverse workforce reflective of the community the City of Brampton serves,” said Mayor Patrick Brown in the city’s release.
Visit Brampton.ca for more information.