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March 6, 2014

Klausner career opportunity event announced

Live Oak —

Job seekers are invited to attend the Klausner Career Opportunities Event at Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center, 415 Pinewood Drive SW, Live Oak, on Friday, April 4, from 1-7 p.m., and on Saturday, April 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. At this event, attendees will hear from Klausner Lumber One LLC representatives about their corporation and learn more about their career opportunities.

Klausner is one of the largest and most efficient softwood timber manufacturers in Europe, according to a press release. From two mills in central Germany, Klausner produces approximately two million cubic meters of sawn lumber annually. Klausner intends to begin hiring the first shift in the second quarter of 2014. By the end of 2015, their projected target is to hire a total of 350 employees over a four shift rotation.

Career opportunities available include dry kiln operators, electricians, forklift drivers, heavy lift drivers, lumber sorters and graders, machine operators, mechanics, office staff, and supervisor and management positions.  

CareerSource North Florida will list all career opportunities for Klausner at www.employflorida.com. Job seekers may also get the most up-to-date information about the Live Oak location and its vacancy announcements at www.careersourcenorthflorida.com/job-seekers/klausner. All job seekers must be registered in Employ Florida and must have earned a Florida Ready to Work certificate prior to applying for any position with Klausner.  

Job seekers are asked to call CareerSource North Florida to learn more about these requirements and event details at 850.973.9675 (Madison), 386.362.7000 (Live Oak) or 866.367.4758 (toll-free). Careers will begin to be listed after the Career Opportunities Event in April.  

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