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MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College will host a second hiring event for local boat manufacturer Parker Offshore in partnership with NCWorks.

Anyone interested in participating is invited to register for the event Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration will take place on the college campus in Morehead City in the parking lot between the McGee Building and the Commerce Development Center at the Big Rock Center.

Those who register at the hiring event will continue the following week, Monday-Thursday, May 10-13, with a series of orientation sessions provided by CCC. Anyone who successfully completes all sessions is guaranteed an interview with Parker.

Parker Offshore is a fiberglass boat manufacturer located in Beaufort and has immediate job openings for 40 full-time employees, including laminators, assemblers, patch and polish finishers and maintenance. The company offers competitive salaries and benefits including medical, dental, vision insurance, 401K and paid sick and vacation time.

For more information, contact Betsy Decampo at CCC at decampob@carteret.edu or 252-222-6116.

(14) comments

David Collins

Getting harder and harder to fill jobs , largely due to all the free money as well as mandatory drug testing . Good luck filling these jobs and keep your standards high . It will pay off .

quicksand

What free money?

mpjeep

Universal-base income and federal unemployment to start with. Folks get paid to sit on their can.

noitall

Free money?? You mean confiscated money taken in the form of taxes under threat of imprisonment.

mpjeep

And don't forget the free money in Biden's  American Families Plan....read it.

David Collins

Biden bucks , from now through September and possibly beyond .

quicksand

Please elaborate. I really have no idea what you are referring to....NC also has a requirement to be seeking employment in order to receive unemployment benefits....all these jobs mean there is no place to “hide”.....

DeadBolt

Think that rule went a little loose with all the other financial rackets .

David Collins

Yup , you are required to look for appropriate employment . Once again , the devil is in the details . Pretty easy to dodge and duck your way towards a handout . Look it up .

quicksand

Oh, please...the only one dodging and ducking reality are those who think it’s easy to cheat this employment situation....you think three employers are gonna give free passes away?

mpjeep

Actually, from March 2020 till March 2021 you were not Required to look for work as per Gov Coop.

DeadBolt

TADA........................... Here ya have the loose rules. [wink]

quicksand

Did you forget there is/was a PANDEMIC? That the whole idea was for non-essential workers to stay home to curb the spread? My job was in the gutter for that entire time. And no, I didn’t apply for a $7.25/hr. position somewhere else....

David Collins

Dream on brother , dream on . It is so easy a caveman can do it . No one checks , Covid is the blame . These checkers are state employees after all . Sort of like the stay at home teachers we have read about . Birds of a feather .

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