Torklift hosts job fair on May 19

Torklift is hosting a job fair for multiple positions for hire at each of their locations in Sumner and Kent.

The job fair is May 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sumner facility, 1901 Fryar Ave.

Positions available include welders, packaging, shop apprentice, shipping and receiving, inside sales and a graphic design summer internship.

Hiring managers will be interviewing and processing eligible applicants during the event. Applicants seeking a welding position must be prepared to take a welding test on-site.

For applicants unable to attend the event, simply send a resume to gilbertd@torklift.com. Preference is given to applicants at the event.

More in Business

Bright, new addition to the valley

Boeing celebrates completion of first new building in Auburn in 25 years

Washington economy adds jobs, unemployment low

For the Reporter Washington’s economy added 6,100 jobs in December and the… Continue reading

Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care job fairs set for Jan, 20, 27

Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care offers job fairs Jan. 20 and 27… Continue reading

Online sales good for Washington papermakers | Brunell

Curbside recycling bins are packed with cardboard shipping boxes from Christmas online… Continue reading

State AG sues Motel 6 for violating privacy of, discriminating against thousands

Motel 6 provided guests’ personal information to law enforcement without warrant

Blue Origin buys 31 acres in Kent

Aerospace company keeps on growing as it aims to carry people into space

Boeing CEO praises tax bill passed by Congress

Says company to spend $300 million in investments

AG Ferguson files multi-million dollar lawsuit against Value Village

Claims consumers deceived by ads, sometimes zero dollars actually went to charity

Report: state unemployment rate steady at 4.5 percent

Washington economy continues to improve

Olive Garden makes a difference fighting hunger in Kent and Auburn communities

For the Reporter According to Feeding America, one in eight Americans are… Continue reading