Members may receive notice of new job placement listings from a variety of sources including other members' firms, schools, patron members and job placement agencies. CFPA allows job placement agencies of all kinds to post their notices to our membership. As such, CFPA does not act as an employer, employment agency, or recruitment agency, nor on behalf of any employer, employment agency, or recruitment agency, but merely provides employment ads from patron members or advertisers as a benefit to our members. CFPA makes no representation as to the reliability, accuracy, safety, or legality of such employment ads and will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or consequential loss arising from the use of such information. If you are looking for a job, are a contact person for an opening, interested in more information on a placement posting or wish to help out with the Job Bank, please contactLESLIE BROWN,the Job Bank Coordinator.
Employment agencies or recruitment agencies may charge a fee for their services. CFPA encourages any member who responds to an employment ad to use caution and common sense, and to thoroughly understand what is being offered and to weigh the pros and cons of responding to any individual ad or utilizing the services of any particular employment or recruitment agency. Additional information for temporary or contract workers can be found at The Contract Worker's Handbook at www.cehandbook. com or the Professional Association of Contract Employees athttp://www.pacepros .com.