The groundbreaking event for Oceana PARC highrise, in April 2017. (File photo)

PARC to host career fair in White Rock Community Centre

Event set for June 15 & 19

Officials with Oceana PARC are hosting a two-day career fair this month, looking to fill more than 70 positions at its White Rock property, slated to open in September at Johnston Road and George Street.

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The career fair is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 15 and 19, at the White Rock Community Centre (15154 Russell Ave.).

According to a news release, the management team will be on hand to answer questions and conduct on-site interviews. Positions in the 23-storey, 198-unit building range from front desk receptionist and housekeeper to dining room supervisor and fitness trainer.

To attend, RSVP by email to careers@parcliving.ca

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