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Columbiana County job fair, features major companies

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SALEM, Ohio -

If you are looking for a new job get your resume updated and printed off because there is an upcoming job fair in Columbiana County. 

On Wednesday, January 23 from 1 pm to 6 pm at the SOD Traning Center 440 Pennsylvania Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460 there will be multiple companies looking for employees to hire. 

Employers will provide information, applications, and on-the-spot interviews.

The following companies will attend the job fair: 

  • Pennex Aluminum Company 
  • American Standard Brands 
  • CTM Labeling Systems 
  • Mac Trailer Manufacturing 
  • Butech Bliss
  • Heritage Thermal Services Inc. 
  • PHD Manufacturing Inc. 
  • Fresh Mark 
  • Hickey Metal Fabrication 
  • Envelope 1
  • TruCut Incorporated 
  • East Liverpool City Hospital 
  • Metal & Wire Products Co. 
  • Compco Quaker Manufacturing 

There will also be additional services available at the fair like the New Castle School of Trades, the Mahoning-Columbiana Training Association, Ohio Means Jobs Columbiana County, Columbiana County Job, and Family Services and Columbiana County Educational Service Center. 

If you are not able to make the January 23 date, the job fair will also be held on Wednesday, February 6 from 1 pm until 6 pm. 

If you have any questions call 330-337-7669 or visit SodCenter.com

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