10/21/2013 2:24:09 PM
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle: Nanocollege to host Rochester job fair
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering will host a job fair next month for those looking to work at its new
Rochester-area solar research branch, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office
The "Nano Job Fair" will
take place on Nov. 14 at the state college's Photovoltaic Manufacturing
and Technology Development Facility, which is currently being built in a
former Kodak building in Eastman Business Park.
opportunities offer an enhanced quality of life for residents, while
continuing to develop the world-class workforce that is essential to
future economic vitality and growth," Alain Kaloyeros, the senior vice
president and CEO of the Nanocollege, said in a statement.
all, there will be about 150 openings to be filled at the facility with
salaries ranging from $35,000 to more than $100,000, according to
Cuomo's office. The available jobs range from engineers and technicians
to support staff, including IT support and maintenance.