A security company and an operator of plasma donation sites will seek employees at two job fairs in Clayton County later this month.
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Photo: BOB ANDRES/AJC/robert.andres@ajc.com

Clayton to host November job fairs for nursing positions, security guards  

The Georgia Department of Labor is bringing job fairs to Clayton County later this month. 

On Nov. 10, the department and Southern Protection Agency will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to  12 p.m. at the Clayton Career Center, 1630 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 200, in College Park. Southern Protection, a Villa Rica security company,  is looking to hire security guards. 

BioLife Plasma, a blood plasma collection company with facilities around the nation, will host a job fair from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Clayton Center.

BioLife is looking for senior plasma technicians, emergency medical technicians and nurses. The company’s website says it is opening a facility in Morrow Feb. 1.  

In both cases, the department of labor encourages applicants to visit employgeorgia.com and create an account to submit a resume. The department said having an Employ Georgia account expedites the interview process. 

At the job fair, jobseekers should bring their resumes and driver’s licenses. Attire is business casual. 

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