Cape Fear Valley Health System will hold a job fair this Saturday, February 5 in Fayetteville.

With COVID-19 hopefully continuing to decrease in Fayetteville and the surrounding area, Cape Fear Valley Health System is holding a “Winter Wonderland” job fair Saturday, February 5.

The Cape Fear Valley job fair is set for 1-4 p.m. at the Cape Fear Valley Rehabilitation Auditorium, 1638 Owen Drive in Fayetteville.

While managers from the entire Cape Fear Valley Health system will be in attendance, there is a focus on positions for recent college graduates, and for experienced Registered Nurses. You can find out more about available openings and pre-register by clicking here.

“This event is aimed at recent college graduates and experienced Registered Nurses,” said Manager of Talent Acquisition Mary Beth Pilone. “We are looking to fill about 200 positions from across the health system, many of which we are offering with sign-on bonuses.”

Cape Fear Valley said the job fair will have available interviews for the following positions: Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Phlebotomists, X-Ray Technicians, and Surgery Technicians.

Additionally, there will be representatives from the following Cape Fear Valley facilities and departments: Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, Highsmith-Rainey Specialty Hospital, Hoke Hospital, Bladen County Hospital, in areas such as Women and Children’s, Medical Services, Surgical Services, Cardiac Services, Critical Care Services, Behavioral Health, Rehabilitation, Emergency Services, Respiratory Services and Radiology.

“Applicants should come prepared to interview on the spot, with several copies of their resume on hand,” Pilone said. “With eight hospitals, 60 clinics, five emergency departments, and more, Cape Fear Valley is the perfect place to start or continue your career. As a teaching hospital, team members have endless opportunities to learn, grow and discover their perfect fit.”

Cape Fear Valley says the job fair will also include refreshments, giveaways, and special photo opportunities.

Cape Fear Valley Health System is forecasting winter weather and a blizzard of career opportunities at the Winter Wonderland hiring event this Saturday. From 1 to 4 p.m. in the Cape Fear Valley Rehabilitation Auditorium, managers from throughout the health system will be onsite for interviews with prospective employees. Applicants can make register in advance for this event at capefearcareers.com but pre-registration is not required.

While you’re thinking about Cape Fear Valley, remember the community is under an urgent need for blood donors as well. Here’s a few reasons to donate blood now.

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    This one is easy to understand. Things are bad right now, and you can help.

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    This isn’t necessarily a major reason, but it’s a nice one to help keep you healthy. They’ll check your blood pressure, pulse, temperature and iron levels. Won’t cost you a penny.

  • 3 - Your donation can save as many as 3 lives

    Just one person helping to save the lives of three others is a miracle.

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Brandon Plotnick is a former sports journalist, now living in the digital space with interests all over the musical and pop culture map.