NoCoNet's Premier Job Fair in Northern Colorado

Our April 8, 2019 Job Fair is coming soon.  
The list of participating employers is still being finalized; check back for updates.
 
 SPECIAL REQUEST: If you attend one of our job fairs, please fill out our survey as you leave; this helps us improve.
 
  Interested Employers & Recruiters:  email us at employerliaison@noconet.org  Participation is free.

  • Exhibitors set-up at 9:00
  • Active* members and Veterans (with ID) gain exclusive access from 9:30 - 10:30
  • The general public are welcome to enter starting at 10:30 a.m. 
  • Exhibitors will be available for contact until 12:30 p.m. 

*Active member status requires your attendance at one or more NoCoNet Monday meetings within six weeks before the Job Fair. This includes attending Orientation.
There is NO ORIENTATION on the day of the Job Fair. 
                                            

 NEW Members: To join NoCoNet you must attend a short orientation meeting on your first visit. New member orientation starts at 9:00 am each Monday.  New member introductions and our general session follows orientation. (NO Orientation on the day of the job fair). 

LOCATION:  Fort Collins Faith Church, 3920 South Shields Street (between Horsetooth & Harmony).

 
Here's What Some Of Our Employers & Recruiters Say About Our Job Fair:

  • Great event. I think next time I will bring one of our corporate recruiters as well. Event was very well organized & everyone was very friendly.
  • Thank you for offering this jobfair to job seekers and employers!
  • Great attendance and prepared participants.  Thank you for inviting us!
  • Well run and good variety of potential hires.
  • I attend several career fairs and this is the best one!
  • Outstanding! Thank you!
  • Great candidates and attendance!

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How to prepare for a job fair:

  •   Research the positions offered by your target companies - click on their name to go to Career pages
  •   Modify your resume to highlight your exisiting experience for each position of interest (you may prepare more than one resume for more than one position)
  •  Practice your introduction ("elevator speech")
  •  Sleep well the night before
  •  Dress professionally (better to be more professional than too casual)
  •  Bring your resumes, customized for the positions/companies you seek
  •  Keep mints on hand and go light on the cologne or after-shave 
  • Understand that company practices usually require online applications - job fairs are introductions

 

Q: Why so many Recruiters? A: Recruiters are hired by many of your target companies to find people like you. If you have a specific company in mind (especially a large one), ask your recruiter if they screen for your target company.  Recruiters represent 10-20 (or more) companies and as many different industries.  They get paid by the company when you get hired, and you don't pay anything.  Learn more on how to work with Recruiters from the links below the company list, but make sure you ask each recruiter how best to work with them.

 

Click on the company name to open a new window to their Careers page (if any). Prepare your resume for positions that interest you. In most cases these are links to the current career pages so the information you find will up the most up-to-date information available!

This list is constantly updated for each job fair. Please continue to check back for the most current additions.

  • Ace Info Solutions - EMPLOYER: System Engineers, Dev Ops, GIS Technician, Security Analyst.
  • Adecco Staffing - RECRUITER: CNC machinist, shipping & receiving, wind technician, accountants, data scientist, marketing manager, software developer, autoCAD, customer service.
  • Aerotek - RECRUITER: Engineering, aerospace, accounting, energy, scientific, manufacturing, assembly, administrative, call center, construction.
  • BizWest - SERVICE PROVIDER: A premier provider of accurate, in-depth, up-to-date business news in Iin Northern Colorado & Boulder Valley. Information across numerous industries. 
  • Blue Federal Credit Union - EMPLOYER: Financial Specialist, call center specialists, investment advisor, receptionist, loan officers, tellers. 
  • Career Solutions Group - SERVICE PROVIDER: Career counseling. Picture yourself in a job you love. How to focus. How to get noticed. How to get hired.
  • Colorado Dept of Human Resources - EMPLOYER - State government & services positions.
  • City of Longmont - EMPLOYER: City government & services positions: Public works, supervisory, executive assistant, construction inspection, transportation, flood recovery, recreation, etc. 
  • City of Loveland EMPLOYER: City government & services positions: law enforcement, information technology, administrative, HR, customer service, parks, etc.
  • Colorado State University - EMPLOYER: Payroll, program managers & coordinators, numerous research positions, Veterans benefits manager, library manager, data analyst, systems analyst, IT manager, software engineer, web developer, international student coordinator, administrative coordinator, more
  • Fort Collins Heating & AC - EMPLOYER: HVAC Installation and Service.
  • Front Range Community College - EMPLOYER: 
  • Kaufman & Robinson, Inc - EMPLOYER: Ion beam products. 
  • Kelly Services - RECRUITER: Fills positions for dozens of companies. SAP data analyst, quality assurance, scientific, PCB layout, CAD/CAM, various manufacturing positions, administrative, FW validation, accounting, customer service, warehouse, more.
  • Larimer County - EMPLOYER: Government positions, including seasonal and part-time. Business analyst, appraisers, accounting & taxes, project manager, social workers, Human Svs manager, custodial.
  • Larimer County Economic & Workforce Development (LCEWD, LCWC) - SERVICE PROVIDER: job skills training, workshops for job seekers, paid internships, business development classes, career transition services.
  • Larimer Health Connect - SERVICE PROVIDER: Just been laid off? Just moved to Larimer County? Get free, up-to-date information on how to find the most affordable health care.
  • Medtronic EMPLOYER: electronic engineers, hardware design, marketing.
  • Platte River Power Authority (PRPA) - EMPLOYER: Facilities/fleet Mgr, IT systems, engineer, energy efficiency program mgr., energy efficiency program coordinator, contract administrator, interns: legal, communications, IT, and more.
  • Qualfon EMPLOYER: contact center services, back office processing for multiple industries
  • Robert Half - RECRUITER/EMPLOYER: Accounting, finance, administrative, legal, technical & IT (information technology), creative & marketing, temporary & permanent positions.
  • State of Wyoming - EMPLOYER: 180 government positions. Admin assistants & office support, accounting/economic, multiple legal, IT Prog. Mgr, business applications analyst, programming, civil engineers, research, natural resources/wildlife, health & social services, media/communication, mechanics & electricians, Dept. of Transportation, law enforcement, food service & custodial. 
  • Techtonic Group - EMPLOYER: 
  • TEKsystems - RECRUITER: Information technology, communication, energy financial services, healthcare, government.
  • Terracon - EMPLOYER: Engineering, technicians, administrative.
  • UC Health - EMPLOYER: Administrative, advanced practice providers, management, IT, nursing, service/skilled trades.  
  • University of Wyoming EMPLOYER: administrators, associates, advisors, accountants, more.
  • US Army Recruiting - EMPLOYER: 
  • Vestas Blades America, Inc.EMPLOYER: Wind energy equipment manufacturer. Production workers, production support, etc.
  • Volt Workforce Solutions - RECRUITER: Engineering, information technology, human resources, accounting & finance, account management, administrative and clerical.

 

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Recruiters -- another way to search for work

 Recruiters are often hired to do the first level of screening candidates for employers' open positions.  Depending on what kinds of positions and industries in which you want to work, recruiters who specialize in those areas may be helpful to you; most serve several industries and levels, from CEOs to entry-level, from IT, programmers, engineers and scientists, to accountants, administrative assistants, HVAC, drafters, and data entry, to warehouse, manufacturing, janitorial, and food service. External recruiters often have 10 or more companies for whom they are trying to find good candidates; your resume could go to more than one company. Frequently, the recruiting company gets paid by the company who hires their candidate (rather than by the job-seeker). 

 Here is some information on how to benefit from working with recruiters:

 http://www.job-hunt.org/findingjobs/findingjobs_recruiters.shtml

 http://www.workcoachcafe.com/2012/03/19/how-to-work-with-external-recrui...

 


 

 


 
 

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Past job seekers who found their new positions