Williamson County job fair coming to Georgetown

The Williamson County Annex in Georgetown will host a job fair for the county on Sept. 13. (Community Impact Newspaper)
The Williamson County Annex in Georgetown will host a job fair for the county on Sept. 13. (Community Impact Newspaper)

The Williamson County Annex in Georgetown will host a job fair for the county on Sept. 13. (Community Impact Newspaper)

Williamson County will hold a job fair Sept. 13 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Williamson County Georgetown Annex at 100 Wilco Way.

The event will give potential job seekers the opportunity to meet managers and staff from several different county departments including the tax assessor collector’s office, and the road and bridge department. While physical resumes are not necessary to attend, there will be several computers on-site for those wishing to apply on the spot.


At www.wilco.org/jobs, there are openings from over a dozen different departments including the sheriff’s office, parks, human resources, county auditor, building maintenance and hazardous materials. The jobs listed also span a wide array of education and experience levels, and include full- and part-time positions.

For more information, call 512-943-1533.
By Eddie Harbour

Editor, Cedar Park/Georgetown/Leander

Eddie joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2021 and has been a reporter and editor over the past two decades including lengthy stays at the Antelope Valley Press (Palmdale, Calif.) and Santa Barbara News-Press. He relocated to the Austin area in 2014 from his native California.



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