“The City of Chandler is thrilled to offer the first City-sponsored, state-of-the-art virtual hiring event in the East Valley as the coronavirus pandemic continues,” stated Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke. “As the City partners with our workforce professionals in Maricopa County, we hope to provide residents relief through jobs and continue to work through the challenges brought on by the public health emergency. We are especially proud to connect Chandler companies with job seekers through this event.”

During the kickoff, employers will share information on their company, culture and career opportunities. Job seekers will be able to speak with the hiring managers and recruiters directly online and have access to some of Chandler’s top employers with hundreds of available positions. Participants will also be able to leverage skills-mapping technology to match their skills to employer’s opportunities and make it easy to connect for online interviews.

The job fair will continue through Friday, July 10. To find out more on how to participate, visit Chandler Job Fair to fill out the quick and easy registration.

Chandler consistently ranks as one of the best places to find a job — employers who have committed to the event include Zovio, Voya Financial, Loan Care, State of Arizona, Z-Modular, Liberty Mutual, PayPal and Pilgrim Aerospace Fasteners to name a few. Companies participating include:

“Career Connectors is honored to provide the interactive portion of Chandler’s virtual hiring event,” said Jessica Pierce, CEO/founder of Career Connectors. “This event is another example of why Chandler has such an outstanding quality of life.”

“When we think about the changes COVID-19 has caused, there’s been destruction but also acceleration toward wider adoption of digital tools that will enable the workforce of the future. Virtual hiring events actually provide a better experience than traditional job fairs for both employers and job seekers, so we’re excited to partner with the community to create an innovative event for Chandler,” said Dean Duncan, executive director for Pipeline AZ and Partnership for Economic Innovation.

For more information, visit Chandler Job Fair.