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Dust off that resume! The Department of Revenue is holding a Diversity Career Fair and your next job could be right around the corner.

DOR has a number of exciting employment opportunities now available and will have more openings throughout the year.  Whether you’re looking for a career in accounting, audits or are an attorney; specialize in communications or customer service; or have an interest in becoming a child support case worker, the Department of Revenue is hiring qualified candidates for multiple divisions.

The fair is Tuesday, October 7 from 6 to 8:30pm at 100 Cambridge Street in Boston. Revenue Commissioner Amy Pitter and senior staff from various DOR departments will be available to discuss the numerous job opportunities. Remember to bring copies of your resume!

 

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