County to premiere recruitment video Thursday

  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 3:29pm
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Kitsap County will be premiering its new recruiting video titled in hopes of raising awareness for public sector job opportunities.

The video, titled “She’s Had Every Job,” is set to premiere Facebook at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 and will be a musical parody of Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere.” Filmed and edited by Jacob Hollis, a former human resources intern with the County, the video will be a lighthearted exploration of a few of the numerous jobs available to public employees.

“We work closely with local high schools and colleges sharing information about careers in the public sector,” said Nancy Buonanno Grennan, human resources director for Kitsap County.

“We’ve found that many students there don’t consider public service as they explore career options and are surprised about the variety of positions we have here … This video highlights just a handful of the professions available working for local government.”

To watch the video live at 2 p.m. Thursday, go to facebook.com/kitsapwa.

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