San Pablo EDC hosting virtual hiring fair for social/disability services

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San Pablo EDC hosting virtual hiring fair for social/disability services
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Are you interested in a rewarding career helping people with disabilities in your community?  The San Pablo EDC is hosting a Virtual Hiring Fair on Wednesday, May 24 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The hiring fair will feature two great local organizations, VistAbility and East Bay Innovations.  Register ahead of time for this Zoom hiring event by clicking the link below and following the registration instructions.

VistAbility is a non-profit agency whose mission is to enhance and enrich the lives of children with special needs and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  It serves over 1,000 children and adults in Contra Costa County every day, at 13 agency locations and in hundreds of homes, businesses, and community settings across the county.  VistAbility provides direct services and advocacy to assist their participants in achieving their highest level of personal independence and self-sufficiency.  It is hiring for a wide variety of positions in education, advocacy, employment services, administrative roles, and more.

East Bay Innovations is a non-profit agency based in San Leandro, that has been providing services to people with disabilities in Alameda County for almost thirty years.  Its mission is to arrange and provide personalized support that enables individuals with disabilities to live in their own homes, work in jobs of their choosing, and feel a sense of membership in their community. It serves hundreds of people throughout Alameda County, providing supported living, independent living, and employment services to their participants.  EBI is currently hiring for many different roles, including case management, social work, job coaches, administrative positions, and more.

You can register for the event at this link; then connect via Zoom at 2 pm on Wednesday May 24: https://tinyurl.com/VistAbility-and-EBI-HiringFair

Representatives from both organizations will briefly introduce their agencies and speak about their open positions and hiring process, and job seekers will have the opportunity to submit questions via the event’s online chat, which will be given to the agency representatives by EDC Staff.  Hearing directly from employers at hiring events, whether virtual or in-person, is a great way to network with companies that are looking to hire, and to find out more about how to apply and be considered for open positions.  If you or anyone you know is looking for a great job helping members of your community – be sure to tune in.