CTC to Host Job and Information Fair for Inalfa Roof Systems
(Acworth, Ga. – Aug. 20, 2013) Chattahoochee Technical College along with the Georgia Department of Labor will be hosting a job fair and information session about employment opportunities with Inalfa Roof Systems. The drop-in event is scheduled for Aug. 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Building D, Room 400 of the college’s North Metro Campus in Acworth.
Those interested in attending the event should dress for an interview and bring several copies of an updated resume. No pre-registration is necessary to attend.
“Inalfa Roof Systems will be talking to people about a wide variety of positions from engineers and quality control to production supervisors and information technology,” said Chattahoochee Technical College Director for Economic Development Richard Goble. “Other positions include human resources, back office and accounting.”
Officials with Inalfa Roof Systems have been partnering with Chattahoochee Technical College to use office space to conduct interviews and meetings while the company’s facility is under construction. Later the college hopes to provide training solutions for the company and its employees.
“We are looking forward to a long future in assisting Inalfa Roof Systems with bringing jobs to this area and enhancing the economy of the region,” Goble said.
Inalfa Roof Systems is one of the world’s largest providers of vehicle roof systems. Inalfa designs, develops and manufactures sunroofs and open-roof systems for the automotive customers, such as BMW Group, Daimler, Chrysler Group, Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen, Audi, Volvo, Citroen, Chery, Geely, Hyundai Kia, Land Rover, Renault, Nissan and many others. The company, which is currently constructing its new facility in Acworth, is projected to begin local operations in early 2014. The new facility will provide a range of job opportunities, including those in engineering, operations and supply chain, purchasing and manufacturing. Hiring is expected to continue through the second quarter of 2015.
In addition to certificates, diplomas, and degrees, Chattahoochee Technical College offers non-credit courses which provide short-term, focused training for personal and professional improvement through its Economic Development Division. Through business and industry support programs, the division aids in the creation and retention of jobs by supporting existing companies, entrepreneurs and new companies coming to the area.