Gem State Roundup

Looking for work? Check out this job fair with multiple employers in Boise

By: - August 20, 2021 4:17 am
Job seeker and interviewee shake hands

Job seekers are encouraged to attend a multi-employer hiring event Thursday, Nov. 4 at Ten Mile Christian Church in Meridian. (Courtesy of Pixabay)

Job seekers are encouraged to attend a multi-employer hiring event from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Boise Holiday Inn, 2970 W. Elder St, according to an Idaho Department of Labor press release.

Employers have openings in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, customer service, retail sales, hospitality and health care for such jobs as direct support professionals, route drivers and packaging and warehouse workers, according to the release.

Among employers participating are Holiday Inn, Scentsy, Sorrento Lactalis, DIRECTV, Amazon, O’Reilly Auto Parts,, Ada County Sheriff’s Office, Durham Bus, Guerdon and more.

Job seekers should bring resumes and be prepared to meet and interview with employers. Resume and interviewing tips can be found on the Idaho Department of Labor website at

Those who need special accommodation should contact Joe Goitiandia at 208-332-3575 or by email at [email protected].

More information on job fairs and hiring events throughout the state can be found on the Department of Labor’s calendar of events.

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Christina Lords
Christina Lords

Christina Lords is the editor-in-chief of the Idaho Capital Sun and has been a professional journalist covering local and state government since graduating from the University of Idaho in 2009. A Pocatello native, Lords is a fifth-generation Idahoan who served as a reporter at the Moscow-Pullman Daily News and the Post Register in Idaho Falls and served as assistant editor for the Idaho Press in Nampa. She also led the Idaho Statesman in Boise for two years before turning to nonprofit journalism.