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Hey, Job Seekers. Livermore Outlets Looking to Hire

Hiring fair for Paragon Outlets Livermore Valley scheduled for Sept. 11 and Oct. 23.

A new set of 120 outlet stores boasting big names such as Bloomingdale's, Last Call by Neiman Marcus and Polo Ralph Lauren is coming to the East Bay — and bringing lots of new jobs with it.

Paragon Oulets is scheduled to open Nov. 8, just off of the El Charro Road exit in Livermore.

Job fairs will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012 from 10 a.m – 2 p.m at the , located at 4444 East Avenue in Livermore. No registration is required and 50 empoyers are expected to participate.

Here's information provided by the :

LLC, City of Livermore, and the Alameda County Workforce Investment Board (ACWIB), in partnership with the and the (LARPD), present a Hiring Fair for Paragon Outlet Mall on September 11 and October 23, 10am-2pm at the Robert Livermore Community Center located at 4444 East Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550.

Over 50 employers out of the 120 Paragon Outlet stores are expected to participate in the job fairs. Interested applicants are requested to carpool, dress appropriately, bring multiple copies of their resumes, be ready for interviews, and have a positive attitude. No registration is required for applicants to attend the job fairs.

The Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA) will be onsite to promote the Tri- Valley Rapid’s direct and convenient service to the Paragon Outlets. Complimentary bus passes will be distributed to encourage the use of public transit.

For more information about the upcoming Paragon Outlets job fairs and for a copy of the flyer as well as copies of job postings from some Paragon Outlets employers, please feel free to call the Livermore Economic Development Department at (925) 960-4143 or visit http://www.cityoflivermore.net/citygov/ed/paragon_outlets/job_seekers.asp.

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Davis September 10, 2012 at 02:01 PM
Heard Mary Hayashi applied at Neiman Marcus
Dan Arnhem September 10, 2012 at 08:18 PM
Hayashi, a convicted thief, can't enter a Neiman Marcus--- As reader will recall, back in January, Mary Hayashi was convicted of shoplifting $2,500 from Neiman Marcus. As part of her sentence, she was placed on probation for 2.5 years and told she could not come within 50 feet of a Neiman Marcus store. So Mary won't be applying for a job there. But don't worry about Mary getting a job. She already has one lined up. Yes, the lucky residents of Hayward, Union City, Newark, and north Fremont may well end up with Mary being their new county Supervisor in District 2. She is running to replace the disgraced Nadia Lockyer, (also recently arrested). So, voters in Union City, Newark, Hayward, its up to you. You can vote to elect Mary Hayashi as your new supervisor. After all, she told the world on January 6th, that she had a "brain tumor". Her lawyer, with Mary at his side, said the following... "there is no other reason she would have taken the merchandise" So "no other reason".... that excuse lasted until Mary found out Naidia Lockyer was resigning. Now Mary has changed her excuse. In July she told the Oakland Tribune that the brain tumor had nothing to do with her crime... that she is fit for office, and that her felony shoplifting arrest was all due to a simple "absentminded error". She did NOT explain why she brought a empty Neiman Marcus bag to the store that day. The same bag she used to steal the goods.
Davis September 10, 2012 at 08:38 PM
Dan, Keep up the good work informing the constituants about Mary Hayashi, she has more balls than a pool hall for God's sake! Please comment on a viable candidate. The appointed one, Richard Valle has zero integrity. His platform is tax and spend, along with this buddy Mark (Run for anything) Green who has taken Union City to one of the highest taxed citites in the State. Of course, he has his Sports Center, the rest of us get to pay an annual fee. So, who is left??
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