300. That's how many jobs were added to the local economy through our Add One Job initiative in 2012. KATU Problem Solver Shellie Bailey-Shah reflects on the people and businesses changed.
This year KATU set out to help grow the local economy one job at a time. Companies joined in adding new jobs and putting local people to work. Problem Solver Kerry Tomlinson shows how Add One Job changed lives in 2012.
The company deals in used roof rack parts for cars so folks can carry skis, kayaks, canoes, bikes and anything else they want.
Add 1 Job Resources
Recruiter Michelle Poloni gives us tips on how to write a resume that will stand out to employers.
Recruiter Michelle Poloni gives us tips on how to write a cover letter that will stand out to employers.
Add 1 Job Headlines
GigaPan is a business that allows you to utilize the same technology as the Mars Rover. It's a company responsible for some of the world's most detail-rich photography.
All Things Real Estate is looking for someone who is creative, independent, passionate and has a big focus on marketing.
When we started this initiative at the beginning of the year, we promised that KATU would step up as well and add a new position. Now, the fulfillment of that promise.
Applicants don't need to be CNAs or RNs, but they do need to be able to bend and lift at least 25 pounds. Perhaps most importantly, the caregivers have to people-focused and willing to provide companionship for seniors.
Leatherman is looking to fill several openings for production punch press operators and manufacturing engineers.
The clinics need a new occupational therapist at their McMinnville office – starting at just eight hours a week but growing, they hope, to full time.