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Now Hiring: 15 new job openings in Alexandria

In the market for a job? Whether you’re looking for a part-time gig or full-time role, there are plenty of openings around Alexandria.

We scoured job boards and company sites to find new opportunities in the area. Companies hiring locally include the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington, Sunrise Senior Center and the City of Alexandria.

Take a look:

  1. Sign language interpreter (ASL) — EDU Healthcare
  2. FEMA technical writer I — Michael Baker International
  3. Public affairs specialist — Department of Agriculture
  4. Stormwater program analyst — City of Alexandria
  5. Program leader (part time) — Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
  6. Cocktail/lounge server — The Alexandrian Hotel
  7. Governance Coordinator — American Counseling Association
  8. Indian tandoor chef — IndAroma
  9. Community marketing coordinator — 2nd Avenue Thrift Superstores
  10. Entry-level computer programmer — Revature
  11. Pack leader — Whole Dogz
  12. Education and training coordinator — Water Environment Federation
  13. Credit bureau specialist — PenFed Credit Union
  14. Chef manager — Sunrise Senior Living
  15. Associate manager of student programs — Close Up Foundation

Are you a business owner or manager who’s hiring? Get your opening in front of more local job seekers with our featured Job of the Day posts. Reach out to [email protected] or give us a call at 703-348-0583 for more details.

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