Journal-Advocate (Sterling)

High-tech firm to hold job fair Wednesday at The Annex

Panel discussion to highlight remote working opportunit­ies

- Staff report

PAX8, a high-tech company that relies on an at-home workforce, will be in Sterling Wednesday to meet with local officials and prospectiv­e job candidates.

The company handles technical and customer service solutions for its clients. According to Trae Miller, executive director of the Logan County Economic Developmen­t Corp., PAX8 does everything from entry level customer service to

software engineerin­g and developmen­t.

“These are good-paying jobs with great benefits,” Miller said. “They have a really great company culture and they’re really focusing on rural areas now.”

The day- long session will have PAX8 representa­tives in Sterling at The Annex, 121 S. Fourth St., first to meet with school officials and other community leaders, and then for an afternoon job fair. The job fair will run from 1: 30 to 4: 30 and will cover opportunit­ies with the company and a chance to meet PAX8 representa­tives

Highlight of the day, Miller said, will be a panel discussion from 5 to 5:30 p.m. It will include Katy Flatau of Jump Cloud Human Resources, Ashlie Arnold of PAX8’S rural strategy team, Heather Torres of PAX8 Sterling, and Kelsey Huss, who works remotely for CU Anschutz.

After the panel, Miller said, there will be an hour of networking, connecting and conversati­ons.

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