Arc Thrift Outlets is holding a work fair Thursday for positions at all of its 30 stores together the Entrance Selection, like the 1 at 1115 S. Prairie Ave. in Pueblo.
Section-time and comprehensive-time positions, together with customer support supervisors, supervisors-in-education, cashiers, donation attendants, and warehouse and generation personnel, are available.
The position fair is currently being held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Lakewood, but purposes are welcome on line at arcthrift.com/work on Thursday, or beforehand and afterward.
Arc Thrift Outlets is a person of Colorado’s most significant employers of men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
It was designated an crucial business enterprise in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, letting outlets to carry on to consider donations of products for distribution to at-danger and vulnerable communities.
In 2021, Arc sent 60 tons of foodstuff to thousands of family members and people, distributed outfits to individuals suffering from homelessness, and offered materials for masks, hygiene merchandise, medical center scrubs, and protective devices to organizations through Colorado, it claims on its internet site.
New CEO at Rocky Mountain Eye Heart
Gavin Torres has been promoted to CEO of the Rocky Mountain Eye Center, which provides general and expert eye care in the Pueblo area.
Torres started off with RMEC in December 2021 as the director of scientific functions, was moved into the chief working officer job in March 2022, and was named chief government officer on April 14.
“I am happy to provide southern Colorado as the new CEO of Rocky Mountain Eye Centre and hope to deliver a refreshing point of view to an corporation that has deep roots and an excellent name in the communities that they provide,” he mentioned in a statement despatched to The Chieftain.
“My core mission will be to assist Rocky Mountain Eye Centre be the leading eye treatment middle and leading overall health treatment employer in southern Colorado.”
RMEC has three locations in Pueblo — at 27 Montebello Ave., 711 W. Abriendo Ave., and 3954 Sandalwood Lane — and one in Pueblo West at 1021 N. Industry Plaza, Suite 110. There are also destinations in Alamosa, Cañon City, Walsenburg, La Junta, Trinidad, Salida, and Raton, New Mexico.
It is getting new people and accepts most medical and eyesight plans made available in Colorado.
Southeastern Colorado H2o Conservancy District names new board member
One particular newcomer is signing up for five returning associates on the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District board of administrators.
Matt Heimerich, 64, of Olney Springs, will represent Crowley County. He will full the time period of Carl McClure, who served for 17 a long time prior to retiring this year. That expression expires in 2025.
The appointments were produced by a panel of district judges. Heimerich and the 5 continuing members ended up sworn into office environment April 21.
Heimerich joins President Invoice Lengthy, a businessman from Las Animas, representing Bent County Vice President Curtis Mitchell, a retired Fountain utility director who signifies El Paso County Treasurer Ann Nichols, a retired common supervisor of finance for Colorado Springs utilities, who also signifies El Paso County Alan Hamel, retired govt director of Pueblo Water, who represents Pueblo County and Tom Goodwin, retired from the U.S. Forest Company, who represents Fremont County.
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