CareerSource NCFL to Host Recruitment Event for 100+ Solar Panel Installation Jobs

Media Contact
Frank Avery, Director of Communications
CareerSource North Central Florida
(352) 214-5997,

CareerSource NCFL Gainesville career center, 10 NW Sixth Street

(Gainesville, Fla. – March 14, 2017) CareerSource North Central Florida will host a recruitment event on Wednesday, March 15 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Gainesville career center to fill over 100 available positions for solar panel installers through the Carpenter’s Union Local 702. Wages ranges from $16 per hour to $21 per hour. The positions are full-time for the duration of the installation project.

Those interested in applying can view the positions on or the Employ Florida App (available in the Apple Store or Google Play) using the job order numbers below.

  • 10397003: Equipment Operators ($16-$21 per hour)
  • 10396994: Skilled Carpenters ($16-$21 per hour)
  • 10396991: Unskilled Construction Workers ($16 per hour)

Walk-in applicants are welcome. Applicants will be asked to create profile or update their profile on prior to interviewing. Dress is business casual.

Recruitment events are events hosted by CareerSource NCFL that help an employer identify candidates who may be an eligible candidate for open positions. Between July 2015 and June 2016, CareerSource NCFL hosted over 100 recruitment events for local employers. The events are provided at no cost to employers or job seekers.


About CareerSource North Central Florida

CareerSource North Central Florida (NCFL) is a leading public entity for workforce development in Alachua and Bradford counties. Led by a board of directors comprised of local professionals and business leaders, CareerSource NCFL is a community hub that crafts policies, facilitates collaborations, and secures and distributes resources to support the growth of our workforce. CareerSource NCFL provides business-driven programs to support organizations hiring new talent or growing an existing talent base. CareerSource NCFL removes barriers and invests in residents to increase their opportunity to compete for work, including support for training and work experience to enter high-demand occupations. More information is available at