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Desert Schools Federal Credit Union hosts job fair July 12

July 10, 2014 by in Blogs | Job Openings

Desert Schools Federal Credit Union is looking to hire 25 people through a job fair this Saturday, July 12 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at its Phoenix headquarters (148 N. 48th St.). Come prepared for an interview (e.g. bring a resume, dress for success). Here are three helpful tips from Az Business magazine on… Read More →

Dignity Health looking for experienced nurses


Chandler Regional Medical Center is hosting a virtual recruitment event this week for experienced ICU, ED and OR Nurses to support its expansion and its new designation as a Level 1 Trauma Center. The tower expansion, expected to open this summer, will offer five floors with 96 in-patient beds (bringing the total bed count to… Read More →

Jager Elected to Fresh Start Foundation Board

Michelle Jager

Fennemore Craig, a leading Mountain West regional firm, announced Michelle Jager, a director in the firm’s Phoenix office, was elected to the Auxiliary Board for Fresh Start Women’s Foundation. In her practice, Jager assists healthcare providers in defending against medical negligence lawsuits. She also assists small and large companies in the areas of personal injury,… Read More →

Apple Manufacturing Plant Brings 1,300 Construction Jobs to Valley


Apple Inc. says it will open a manufacturing plant in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa that will eventually employ 700 workers. About 1,300 construction jobs will also be created as the First Solar plant designed to make thin-film solar panels is converted. The company sold the plant last month. “Apple’s presence in the region will… Read More →

Scottsdale’s Bell Lexus Brings 95 jobs, Projects $90M in First-Year Sales


A new luxury car dealership on Scottsdale Road south of Loop 101 will open Monday, Sept. 30. Bell Lexus North Scottsdale, a new 103,000-square-foot facility at the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard, is expected to employ 95 people. The dealer is projecting $90 million in sales its first year. “This is a crucial… Read More →

Chandler Looking for Developer for Downtown Property


The City of Chandler opened a Request for Information (RFI) today for the downtown property located directly west of Chandler City Hall known as Site 6.  This site in the city’s urban core is considered a catalyst for the next stage of development in downtown Chandler. The RFI is the first of two phases, asking… Read More →

New Construction Starts To Climb 6% in 2013, According To McGraw Hill Construction


  New construction starts are forecast to rise 6% this year to $506B, according to the Midyear Update to the 2013 Construction Outlook from McGraw Hill Construction, a division of McGraw Hill Financial. This is the same rate of increase for total construction starts that was predicted last October, and follows the 8% gain that… Read More →

Construction Unemployment Hits 9.1%, Lowest July Mark Since 2008


  The unemployment rate for construction workers fell to the lowest July level in five years last month, even though employment has stagnated in the past four months, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials urged Washington leaders to act on stalled infrastructure funding measures… Read More →

Grand Canyon University's New Campus To Be Located In Mesa's Eastmark Community


  Grand Canyon University today officially selected DMB Associates’ newest community, Eastmark in Mesa, as the site for its new, $150M satellite campus. The university will be given the right to purchase 100 acres at Eastmark with an option to add up to 60 adjacent acres for future expansion. Other sites considered for the new… Read More →

Valley Has 3rd Highest Increase Of New Jobs As Construction Employment Up In More U.S. Metro Areas


  Construction employment increased in 191 out of 339 metro areas between June 2012 and June 2013, declined in 97 and was flat in 51, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released today by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials welcomed the construction employment gains but cautioned that demand remained… Read More →

States Split Evenly Between Construction Job Gains, Losses In June


  Equal numbers of states gained and lost construction jobs in June, highlighting the fragmentary nature of the industry’s recovery, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data. Association officials added that, despite the fact most states added jobs year-over-year, construction employment levels are below peak levels for… Read More →

Two New Tenants Coming To Westgate Entertainment District This August


  IT’SUGAR and RazzleberrieZ will open their doors in August at Westgate Entertainment District. IT’SUGAR, best known nationally as a novelty candy store, offers the world’s largest boxes of Nerds, Sweethearts and Pop Rocks, five pound Gummy Bears as well as candy themed accessories like Tootsie Roll shaped pillows and candy scented lotions. The new… Read More →

Construction Unemployment Falls To Lowest June Level Since 2008


  The unemployment rate for construction workers fell below double digits in June for the first time since 2008 as every segment of the industry added employees, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said the relatively positive jobs report for the sector highlights the… Read More →

Valley Adds Most New Jobs Nationally As Construction Employment Increases In 185 Of 339 Metro Areas


  It may be hot in the Valley, but that’s nothing compared to the sizzling construction employment market. Construction employment increased in 185 out of 339 metro areas between May 2012 and May 2013, with the Valley adding the most new jobs, 13,000, for an increase of 15%. Employment declined in 115 areas and was stagnant… Read More →