Garth Homer holds job fair Wednesday

The Garth Homer Society in Saanich is holding a job fair Wednesday (Sept. 16) to recruit for a series of part- and full-time positions.

The Garth Homer Society in Saanich is holding a job fair today to recruit for a series of part- and full-time positions.

Garth Homer Society provides day services and programming in Greater Victoria for 185 adult clients with developmental disabilities, participating in seven different community and employment programs.

The community agency is seeking full-time, part-time and on-call positions for community support workers, residential care workers, licensed practical nurses and registered nurses. The group is offering competitive compensation, health and dental benefits, retirement benefits, professional development and more.

Email human resources manager Jess Turner at jturner@garthhomersociety.org.

The job fair is Wednesday, Sept. 16 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Garth Homer Society, 813 Darwin Ave.

 

 

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