Dot Foods, Inc. — the leading food redistributor in the nation — is hosting a job fair Saturday at its Williamsport, Md., warehouse to help fill more than 50 full- and part-time positions, a company official said.
Williamsport General Manager Brian Duffield said the company is seeking candidates to fill about 30 full-time material-handler jobs and 25 positions that require a Class A commercial driver’s license.
“We also have very flexible part-time positions available in our warehouse,” Duffield said, noting that the part-time jobs would be perfect for area students or people looking for weekend or nighttime work.
The job fair will take place at the distribution center at 16301 Elliott Parkway from 9 a.m. to noon.
“We’re booming and continuing to grow,” Duffield said. “We need to add more good teammates.”
Dot Foods has grown by about 8 percent, and the Williamsport plant alone by about 10 percent since the end of 2011, marking an upswing from lower figures in 2008 when the industry felt the effects of the slowing economy.