Archive for July, 2010
According to a press release, the company is also opening a store in Huntington, West Virginia.
Golden Corral is headquartered in Jacksonville.
Billy Sewell, president and CEO of Platinum Corral (www.platinumcorral.com), a multi-unit franchise operator of Golden Corral Grill/Buffet Restaurants, has announced that the company is hiring for a variety of kitchen, front of house and management positions at its store in Huntington, W.Va., located at 5177 Rte. 60 East. Applicants are encouraged to apply in person with Ryan Bobick, the restaurant
According to a press release, Ironside Foundation Services opened its doors in its Wilmington, North Carolina location. In the process it created 5 immediate jobs and more local jobs will be created on top of this.
In addition, Ironside Foundation Repair Services has been selected to join the Foundation Supportworks, Inc. (FSI) network. Foundation Supportworks provides unique foundation repair products, trainings, and shared experiences and knowledge of more than 60 major foundation repair contractor companies. Their dealerships are located in the US and Canada, and each dealership has access to the collective wealth of foundation information, data, and latest technology.
Foundation Supportworks dealers are selected from only well-established companies that maintain an excellent reputation within their local community. FSI dealers also agree to provide free foundation inspections and written quotes to homeowners at no obligation.
As authorized and certified FSI dealers, Ironside Foundation Repair Services has exclusive access to a battery of trainings, foundation repair products, and literature. The central headquarters, which is located in Omaha, NE, maintains a staff of geotechnical and structural engineers who specialize in product design, dealer support, and quality assurance of all provided foundation products.
Ironside Foundation Repair Services will be providing the FSI line of foundation push piers, helical piers, helical piles, wall anchors, and crawl space jacks, as well as several foundation repair products for new construction and commercial applications.
Thousands of eager job seekers showed up for a job fair in North Carolina, an event that was created to help spur on the addition of teaching jobs in Jacksonville.
Many hopeful educators and former educators who have been affected by the economy crowded into Northside High School in Onslow County. Some interviewed for an article said they drove across state lines just to attend the fair.
The North Carolina unemployment rate is down to 10.3% from 10.8%, which means about 15,000 people have been lucky enough to get jobs the past month. Or they may no longer qualify for benefits, which means they aren’t figured into the unemployment figures.
The job fair was aimed at putting educators back to work in a county that has been hit hard. Schools all over the state sent representatives to talk with job seekers.
Some attendees were already employed with the district but wanted to show up to educate themselves on future job prospects. Others had been unemployed for months and are eager to get back to work.