The Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, Inc. dba MassHire Greater New Bedford Workforce Board (MHGNBWB) is seeking proposals from vendors interested in offering real estate suitable for the MHGNBWB. and MassHire Greater New Bedford Career Center (MHGNBCC) offices that will meet the minimum requirements specified. Proposals must be mailed or delivered to the MHGNBWB office by 10:00AM on Thursday, February 23rd, 2023, as outlined in the attached specifications.
Job Opportunities with P.J. Keating Company. P.J. Keating Company, a CRH company, is a leading manufacturer of aggregate and HMA products and Paving and Construction in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We operate aggregate and Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) production facilities in Acushnet, Dracut, and Lunenburg, Massachusetts as well as Cranston, Rhode Island.
Massachusetts Department of Correction will be at the MassHire Greater New Bedford Career Center (2nd Wednesday of the month) on Feb. 8th, & March 8th at 9:00am-11:00am 618 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, MA 02740.
Through a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New Bedford Environmental Workforce Job Training Program will provide training, job placement, and retention services for 60 resi [ Continue reading ]
Hot Jobs Week Ending December 16, 2023
All employers in Greater New Bedford are eligible to receive no-cost staffing services from our Career Center Business Service Unit.
The Apponequet School Counseling Department will be hosting an E-Fair (Employ, Enroll, Enlist) for students in grades 10-12 who are interested in gaining information about academic and career program offerings specific to your school/branch. Friday, February 3, 2022 8:30 to 11:00 am. We will be offering this E-Fair to students in grades 10-12 on Friday, February 3, 2022.
On 12/9/2022, the staffs of MassHire Greater New Bedford Workforce Board and Career Center enjoyed a Holiday breakfast gathering to kick off the season.
This is an in-depth course in basic life support intended for individuals who are income eligible or unemployed or and interested in pursuing a career in medical services. The course meets or exceeds current National EMS Guidelines and has Massachusetts OEMS approval. Students will earn 6 college credits upon program completion.