Windsor manufacturing company hiring 60 new workers

Upcoming job fair expected to fill engineering and administrative support positions on Jan. 16.

An estimated 60 new manufacturing jobs are up for grabs, according to a recent announcement from CenterLine Windsor Limited.

Many of those positions, including engineering and administrative support positions, are likely to be filled at a job fair CenterLine plans to host at its corporate head office on Jan. 16.

The company has teamed with the Employment Assessment Centre of the Greater Essex County District School Board for the job fair, at which the employer will accept resumes and conduct interviews.

A highly specialized welding company, CenterLine serves several industries, including automotive and mass transit. It has more than 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space at 10 different sites.


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