Excellent opportunity for both job seekers and employers! Techfetch & Technology Association of Georgia has combined to organize Tech Job Fair in Atlanta. It will be wonderful event for job seeker to get connected with various recruiters. You are cordially invited to attend this job fair on Feb 3, 2015. Hope this event will be best platform for tech candidates and employers to reach their career target.
Day: February 03, 2015 (Tuesday)
Time: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM EST
4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30346
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/1IvwSWz
Land your dream job now! By attending this job fair, you can come to know about various job openings available in great tech companies. Get ideas from career expert at this event. Exhibit your hidden talent and get placed in this job fair.
Candidate Job Fair Benefits:
• Meet face-to-face with employers.
• Resume Help, Recruiting Companies, Career Coaching / Evaluation.
Online Resume Bowl:
For those who can’t attend, just register
Please register your resume at http://bit.ly/1IvwSWz
Meet your next employee at this job fair! In this event, you can screen various tech candidate and shortlist the best talent for your job requirements. It will minimize the time involved in recruiting process. This will be great place to find more active tech candidates. You can also get various benefits like posting about your job opening in our website, viewing tech candidate profiles etc…
Employer Job Fair Package includes:
• 1 table and 2 chairs / company
• Company name listed on all job fair promotions
• 10 job postings on TechFetch.com
• 100 resume views from TechFetch.com
Employer Job Fair Benefits are:
• Meet local available talent face-to-face.
• Access nationwide online applicants that would relocate to Georgia.
• Reach passive and confidential candidates.
Job fair participation fee : $500
($350 for Members)
[Free for Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Premier members]
For registration, Please contact our job fair coordinator Tyler Heinzelmann, Tyler@techfetch.com, 678-516-5275 or you can also register with us at http://bit.ly/17GSlPf
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