Area residents have an opportunity to join a worldwide leader in design, manufacturing and support of equipment for industries
In 1937, an ambitious 23-year-old named Fred Neth, Sr., borrowed $800 to open a small shop, Columbia Forge and Machine Works, in Vancouver.
Today, Columbia is recognized in over 100 countries on six continents as the leader in quality, innovation, durability, and customer service, including North America, Latin America, and South America, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, India, China, the Pacific Rim, and Canada.
Area residents have an opportunity to join a worldwide leader in design, manufacturing and support of equipment for industries, including batching and mixing concrete products equipment, molds, and palletizing.
Those interested are invited to visit the Columbia Machine, Inc. Job Fair on Saturday (Nov. 6) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Columbia Machine is located at 107 Grand Blvd., Vancouver, 98661.
The Columbia Machine team will be doing facility tours, job interviews, and on-site Hiring. For more information about the event, current employment opportunities and about Columbia Machine, Inc. visit www.colmac.com/job-fair.
Article Source: Clark County Today