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Whitley job fair rescheduled

A modular building manufacturer hoping to fill 20 skilled labor positions has rescheduled a job fair originally scheduled for last week, officials announced today. The event was canceled because of bad weather.

Whitley Manufacturing Co. of South Whitley is adding a production line. The company is offering $12 to $15 an hour for electricians, plumbers, welders, carpenters and steel fabricators with two to five years’ experience. Higher wages will be considered for those with more experience.

The job fair will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 31 at WorkOne Northeast, 480 W. Plaza Drive, Columbia City. Applicants should bring a résumé and prepare to be interviewed by wearing appropriate clothing.

Whitley Manufacturing makes custom commercial modular buildings and temporary portable buildings for various nationwide markets including education, health care and commercial.

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