Louisiana tech jobs featured at June 22 Virtual Career Fair

BATON ROUGE, La. – Registration is now open for an LED FastStart virtual career fair that will connect job seekers in and outside the state with more than 150 software and technology jobs at 10 companies across Louisiana. The online event will take place Wednesday, June 22, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is no charge to participate and job seekers can register in advance or during the event.

Jobs featured at the career fair include positions such as Oracle and .Net Developer, UX/UI Designer, IT Service Desk and Application Administrator, Solutions Architect, Senior Java/Angular/React Developer, Cyber Security/Software/Infrastructure/Systems Engineers and more.

The Louisiana companies that have committed to participate:  

  • CGILafayette
  • DXCNew Orleans
  • GDITBossier City
  • Global Data SystemsLafayette
  • LHC GroupLafayette
  • NetchexCovington
  • Performance SoftwareNew Orleans
  • Premier HealthBaton Rouge
  • Rural SourcingBaton Rouge
  • SchoolMintLafayette and New Orleans

Using the Brazen virtual events platform, job seekers will have the opportunity to explore the employers’ virtual booths, research the companies and see the opportunities for which they are best suited. Registrants also can participate in one-on-one text-based chats with company representatives. To register, visit the Brazen registration page. 

Since the digital LED FastStart Recruiting platform was launched in 2020, more than 1,500 prospects have participated in 19 virtual career fairs for multiple businesses or individual companies. The fairs have covered a range of industries, from digital/tech to manufacturing. Similar events showcasing other job sectors will be scheduled throughout the year. 

For more information, contact LED FastStart Recruitment Director Jamie Nakamoto at Jamie.Nakamoto@la.gov or 225.342.1575. To receive email notifications about future virtual and in-person career fairs, opt in to the LED FastStart Talent Community here.

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