WASHINGTON—January 27, 2012—The Washington Post will gather top employers trying to fill technical and healthcare jobs at a MEGA Career Fair on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 from 10am to 3pm. The event will be held at the Dulles Expo and Conference Center located at 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20153.

The Washington Post MEGA Career Fair provides an organized forum for candidates to interview and network with more than 40 local companies at one site. Below is an overview of the exhibitors and opportunities available:

·         Engineering, Technology and Security Clearance Pavilion

Employers: Northrop Grumman, The Washington Post, The United States Patent & Trademark Office and others (Some of these employers will require an active security clearance)

Jobs: Electrical, Aerodynamics, Data Warehouse, Network Security, Weapon Systems, Oracle, Sr. Web Developers, General Engineers, Digital Design, etc.

·         Nursing and Healthcare Pavilion

Employers: Inova Health System, Southern Maryland Hospital Center, Stratford University, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and others

Jobs: RNs and LPNs, Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Case Manager – Children with Special Needs, Hospital Care Coordinator, Associate Medical Director, etc.

·         Professional Pavilion

Employers: Allstate Insurance Company, CarMax, Cox Communications, Pitney Bowes, Verizon Wireless, and others

Jobs: Sales, Account Executives, B2B Sales, Outside Sales, Retail Leadership, Transportation Security Offices, Air Marshals, Administrative, Management, etc.

Attendees are asked to bring hard copies of their resumes. Free resume screening and tips will be provided by Anointed Words from 11am to 3pm.

For registration details and more information, please visit www.washingtonpost.com/jobs.

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