Need a Job? The City of Killeen is Hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday
Need a job? The City of Killeen is hosting a job fair on Wednesday from 9-4p at the Killeen Civic & Conference Center, 3601 S. WS Young Drive.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott officially ended the additional $300 weekly unemployment benefit that many Texans have been getting on Saturday leaving many without financial support. The idea is to get Texans back to work.
Drive around town and you'll notice a lot of "Help Wanted" signs displayed in windows and on store billboards. The jobs are out there, and lots of places need the help, including the City of Killeen.
According to the City of Killeen website, they're hosting a job fair on Wednesday, June 30 from 9-4p with plenty of full time jobs available. The city will conduct on site interviews for dozens of openings hoping to fill the available jobs in the Public Works Department.
The City of Killeen has openings for Service Workers, Equipment Operators, and Traffic Technicians. Starting pay ranges from $11.97 to $15.28 per hour, and most of these jobs only require a high school diploma or GED with no experience required. A current Texas Commercial Driver’s License is all you'll need to get started.
Killeen also offers a great benefits package including health, dental, and life insurance, plus paid sick, vacation, and holiday leave. Retirement benefits are offered through Texas Municipal Retirement System at a 2:1 match.
To see what's available and to view job descriptions and qualifications, visit the City of Killeen's jobs website.