Employers look to fill 900 spots at Glendale job fair

Sep 12, 2012, 6:24 AM | Updated: 6:24 am

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Job seekers should look to Glendale e on Wednesday.

An outlet mall is hosting a job fair from noon to 7 p.m. at Jobing.com Arena.

“The Tanger Outlet Center is hiring about 900 full- and part-time positions, ranging from manager all the way to cashier,” said Glendale Economic Development Administrator Jeanine Jerkovic.

Among the stores that have open positions are the Brooks Brothers factory store, the Nike factory store, Converse and Haggar.

“It’s a face-to-face quality opportunity to meet a potential employer,” Jerkovic said. “It’s not just a cold Internet application or an over-the-phone cold call.”

Jerkovic said applicants should bring a resume and be dressed for a job interview.

“Don’t chew gum or have your phone on. Be ready for a lot of fun and a pleasant interview experience,” she advised.

The Tanger Outlet Center is set to open in November near the Westgate City Center.

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Employers look to fill 900 spots at Glendale job fair