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RichmondBuild celebrating 10th anniversary

The highly-popular RichmondBuild Academy career training program will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday. The 12-week program that preps local residents for high-paying jobs in the construction and renewable energy industries was the subject of...
'Bootcamp' in San Pablo pairs local job seekers with opportunities

‘Bootcamp’ in San Pablo pairs local job seekers with opportunities

Local job seekers are encouraged to apply for a five-week bootcamp hosted by the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation that has proven to place people in positions. The Business Administration Bootcamp is set to run...
City manager defends Richmond's financial position

City manager defends Richmond’s financial position

In a letter addressed to Mayor Tom Butt and members of the City Council, Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay defended the city's financial position, saying a well-circulated Los Angeles Times article regarding pension is...
Job alert! Four openings related to Chevron Richmond modernization project

Job alert! Four openings related to Chevron Richmond modernization

Third-party contractors working on the Chevron Richmond Modernization Project are looking to fill four positions in the administrative and document control fields immediately. The positions offer starting pay at $20 per hour, depending on experience. If...
Richmond mayor to hold next biz meeting at brewery

Richmond mayor to hold next biz meeting at brewery

Richmond Mayor Tom Butt is set to "tap" important community resources at his next Business Roundtable Luncheon, which is scheduled to be held at East Brother Beer Company on Wednesday, Feb. 15. In an informal...

About 700 gather to take exam for jobs at Chevron Richmond Refinery

About 700 people filed into the Hilton Concord on Tuesday in order to take the exam required to become operators or maintenance workers at the Chevron Richmond Refinery. The applicants were among thousands to...

Richmond youth encouraged to apply for summer jobs

Richmond youth are encouraged to apply for summer jobs through the City of Richmond's YouthWORKS Summer Youth Employment Program. Starting today, young people from ages 16 to 21 can access the online application here. Only...

200 attend Chevron Trades Day, which connects locals to job opps

About 200 people attended Trades Day II on Wednesday last week at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium, where they were connected with information related to temporary employment involving the $1 billion Richmond Refinery Modernization Project. The...
Richmond-based landscaping company has openings for multiple positions

Richmond-based landscaping company has openings for multiple positions

Gardeners' Guild, Inc., a Bay Area leader in landscape contracting that is based at 2780 Goodrick Ave. in Richmond, has job openings in multiple positions. The 100-percent employee-owned company has openings for maintenance crew leaders and...
Kaiser set to launch medical assistant training program in Richmond, offers 50-percent tuition discount

Kaiser to launch medical assistant training program in Richmond, offers 50-percent tuition discount

The demand for medical assistants in the healthcare field is so high, Kaiser Permanente is offering a 50-percent tuition discount for the first group of students attending its new training program in Richmond. In April,...

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Richmond's weekend-long Back to School Carnival starts Aug. 25

Richmond’s weekend-long Back to School Carnival starts Aug. 25

Richmond's annual Back to School Carnival -- a full weekend of amusement rides, carnival games, fair food and a school supplies giveaway -- will...
Richmond educators encourage dads to take kids to first day of school

Richmond educators encourage dads to take kids to first day of school

Richmond educators are encouraging fathers and father-figures to take their children or a child to their first day of school. And employers are being asked...

San Pablo council approves $647,000 for city schools

Students attending a half-dozen San Pablo schools and Richmond High will benefit from a $647,000 infusion to local nonprofits. This week, the San Pablo City...