WV virtual hiring event: get a job in manufacturing!

Last updated: July 14, 2024
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Have you always been interested in a career in manufacturing but weren't sure where to begin? Do you feel like you are ready for a change in your life and you are interested in relocating to a place that feels more like home?

Register now
WV Manufacturing Sector Hiring Fair

Thursday, March 4th from 12 - 3 PM EST

Meet with hiring employers one on one, learn about the various jobs, and get live answers to all of your questions!

The Manufacturing Sector Hiring Event is 100% free

There are no requirements or fees to register. You do not need prior experience in manufacturing or to be a resident, so sign up today!

Learn about the different opportunities that are available in West Virginia and pick which ones are perfect for you.

The companies you will meet at the WV hiring event

Register for the virtual hiring event so you can personally chat with representatives from great companies with exciting hiring opportunities in West Virginia, including:

  • Proctor and Gamble (P&G): P&G was founded over 180 years ago as a simple soap and candle company. Today, they're the world’s largest consumer goods company producing some of the most iconic and trusted brands.

  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) RJ Aviation Inc.: MHI passionately makes it their mission to discover new, simpler, and sustainable ways to power our cities, improve infrastructure, innovate manufacturing, and connect people and businesses around the globe.

  • FLSmidth: FLSmidth provides innovative engineering, equipment, and service solutions to the global mining and cement industries. We help our customers to improve performance, drive down costs and reduce environmental impact.

Available job opportunities

Interested in some of these roles? Don't miss out! Be sure to register for the virtual event!

What you should know about manufacturing in West Virginia

The manufacturing industry supports the global and national economy as well as individuals and families. If working on real, tangible products where you can say, "I helped make that!" is interesting to you, consider looking for your next role in West Virginia.

Manufacturing in WV is more than just great pay 

Hear from West Virginian workers

Watch this video about P&G's Tabler Station site and learn why West Virginia is such a wonderful place to live, work, and even retire!

" What we're hiring for is attitude and aptitude."
- P&G recruiter

"It's a huge, huge project...it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."

So many individuals who move to West Virginia for work simply fall in love with the state.

"I love the fact that if you want the city life it takes no time to get there. If you want the country life you can easily find a river, throw a kayak in and float down. Coming from New York I never thought I would live in West Virginia, but I've been here 15 years and I can't think of anywhere else that I would want to raise my kids."

Why you might want to consider moving to West Virginia 

Do you love what you have read so far? You'll love the virtual event even more!

Be sure not to miss this amazing opportunity and register now.

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Shayna Resnick
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Thank you for sharing

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Hafiz Mohammad Faisal
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yes I am interested please you can help me

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It's really interesting to see the types of jobs that are available in manufacturing that I've never known about. A lot of great opportunities in WV. Thanks for sharing. :)

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Own Muhammad
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Great video about P&G. That plant looks promising.

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