Acuity International is hosting our own event in search for qualified Case Managers. We will be walking qualified candidates through applying and extending offers onsite.
Embassy Suites by Dallas Love Field, 3880 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, TX, 75220
Monday, October 10th from 8am to 5pm (CST)
Tuesday, October 11th from 8am to 5pm (CST)
Washington State University Tri-Cities, Columbia Basin College and Washington Workforce Portal have partnered to provide employers with an opportunity to meet with students, alumni and community members from the greater Tri-Cities area. Acuity International will be in attendance looking for Cost Estimators, Project Schedulers and Project Controls Specialists for our Program & Construction Management business unit in support of our USACE/DOE contracts.
Thursday, October 13th from 11AM to 3PM (PST)
CareerSource Brevard is a regional public/private partnership and part of a statewide network of 24 regions, known as CareerSource Florida.
Approximately 15,000 business volunteers serve on the nation’s Workforce Boards.
NSC Safety Congress & Expo offers more than 100 high quality educational opportunities including Professional Development Seminars, Keynotes and Technical Sessions. All designed to help you advance your career and provide new skills to help you perform your day-to-day job better.
The Port and Vessel summit is building a robust and resilient infrastructure for the U.S. offshore wind industry.
Ports and vessels are the backbone of the U.S. offshore wind industry. Understanding the improvements needed for the nation’s port infrastructure, as well as ensuring the availability and capacity of vessels, will be critical over the next decade as more turbines are installed in East coast waters. As the pipeline of projects continues to grow, the industry needs to come together to determine logistics to affordably and efficiently receive, transport, hold, and install turbine components.
The Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association was formed in 1905, decades before there was an identified body of water or waterway system that needed protection.
The Association’s first order of business was to promote the development of a single, major waterway that would connect all major ports along the Gulf Coast. This waterway also would require the establishment of federally-protected status for it and the other inland waterways of the Gulf Coast through legislative efforts. It took more than four decades for the Association’s idea to materialize, but the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway was completed in 1949 and has remained one of the most heavily-traveled and economically-significant marine routes in the nation.
We’ll see you at the upcoming ASA Career Fair, held in conjunction with the 2022 ASA Annual Meeting, in Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. This is one of the best events for jobseekers looking for anesthesiology jobs and/or a way to connect with leading employers.
The Defense Health Information Technology Symposium provides a unique venue for knowledge sharing, innovative ideas, discussions of lessons learned, and the introduction of exciting new developments within the Military Health System. DHITS offers Department of Defense health care professionals an opportunity to lean-in to the MHS transformation to ensure high-quality, patient-centered care.
AGC’s Construction Safety, Health & Environmental Conference is the industry’s foremost annual conference to hone in on the most critical compliance and risk issues impacting the construction business.