Commerce Corporation, Workforce Solutions of Providence/Cranston, the City of Cranston, and the Department of Labor and Training's Business Workforce Center are announcing that Nelipak Healthcare Packaging, a global provider of custom thermoformed packaging used in the medical devices and pharmaceutical industries, is holding a job fair at its US headquarters in Cranston on Tuesday, July 14, from 2 to 7 PM.
Nelipak, which was founded in the Netherlands in 1953 and has more than 500 employees worldwide, is located at 21 Amflex Drive, Cranston, RI 02921.
Nelipak works with many industry-leading medical device manufacturers to design and create custom thermoformed packaging adhering to the most stringent quality standards. The company is seeking qualified candidates for the positions of quality manager, quality inspector, facility maintenance, machine operators, and shift supervisors.
Job descriptions can be viewed at http://www.nelipak.com/news-resources/careers/ and interested candidates are asked to send their résumés in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendees should dress appropriately for an on-site interview. Valuable tips on how to be more successful at a job fair may be found at www.dlt.ri.gov/bwc/JFSuccess.htm.
"Nelipak has a long-standing reputation for excellence and is looking to expand our Cranston-based team with employees that share our commitment to providing the highest quality medical-grade packaging to our customers," said Michael Kelly, president and CEO. "We pride ourselves on providing a safe, positive work environment and our current employees have emphasized that they appreciate the job stability and benefits that Nelipak offers - and enjoy being a part of our team. We look forward to giving others the opportunity to grow with us, as we expect the US to be an increasing market for us over the next few years."
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