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The City of Florence to hold hiring event on March 21

Florence, South Carolina – The City of Florence is opening its doors wide to job seekers at the upcoming City-Wide Hiring Event. The event, which is set for March 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., is a great chance for people who want to start or advance their careers in different areas of the city’s administration. This event, is set to take place at the Pearl Moore Basketball Center at 500 Barnes Street, Florence.

On-site interviews will be held by the City of Florence, which has job openings in a lot of different areas. Prospective candidates can look forward to openings in Utilities, Public Works, Recreation, Athletics, Administration, Fire, and Police departments. This event is a great chance for job seekers to meet prospective employers and talk to them directly.

The city has emphasized the comprehensive benefits package that accompanies these positions. Those who are hired will get State Health and Retirement benefits, as well as access to a Wellness Clinic run by a Nurse Practitioner, paid holidays, and uniforms and other tools they need to do their jobs. By putting their health, well-being, and career growth first, these benefits show the city’s commitment to not only hire but also keep their employees in the long run.

Some of the jobs being offered are Marketing/Special Programs Coordinator, Utility Maintenance Technician, and Supervisor-Distribution Operations. The hourly rates are competitive, ranging from $19.03 to $28.11 for a 40-hour workweek.

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People who want to work for the city should check out the opportunities for employment online to learn more about the open jobs and start the application process.

The City of Florence is eager to welcome new talents to its team and contribute to the community’s growth and success through this comprehensive hiring initiative.

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