HomeAid San Diego is pleased to announce the San Diego Residential Construction Job Fair, scheduled to take place on July 28, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The construction industry in San Diego is facing a labor shortage of over 10,000 workers. This event aims to bring together job seekers and top employers in the residential construction industry, providing a platform for valuable networking and employment opportunities.
The job fair will be held at Lennar’s San Diego office located at 16465 Via Esprillo. Job seekers will have the chance to explore various job openings in the fields of HVAC, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, installation and more. Top employers from the construction industry will be in attendance, actively seeking qualified candidates to join their teams.
In addition to the numerous employment prospects, this event will provide a complimentary lunch. It’s an excellent opportunity to network with industry professionals, gain insights into the residential construction sector and take a step towards a rewarding career.
To register for the San Diego Residential Construction Job Fair, visit JobsToBuild before the deadline on July 25, 2023. Participation in this event is free for both job seekers and employers.
For more information, contact Joe Ventura at 619-253-5843 or [email protected].
About HomeAid San Diego
Founded in 2002 by Mark Read of Kidder Mathews, HomeAid San Diego is a local affiliate of HomeAid America, which includes 19 chapters across the United States that attack the reality of homelessness with a unique and collaborative approach. Through nonprofit housing development, community engagement, advocacy and workforce development, HomeAid improves and expands housing and resources for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the San Diego region.
By bringing together homeless service providers, local builders and trades, national and local resources and community leaders, HomeAid builds and renovates nonprofit shelters and transitional housing at a reduced cost. Bringing its expertise to at-risk and homeless service providers, HomeAid helps to reduce the time spent on managing a building project allowing these entities to focus on their core work in mitigating homelessness in San Diego County.
For more information, visit https://www.homeaidsd.org