AV Homes taps Bill Kiselick as president of new Carolinas Division
Marking the home builder’s expansion into the Carolinas market, AV Homes has named Bill Kiselick as Carolinas Division president, effective Oct. 7.
Kiselick brings 25 years of North Carolina real estate experiene to the table, having most recently served as division president for Mattamy Homes’ Carolinas Division. His resume also includes stints with MI Homes of Charlotte, Hills Communities of Charlotte and Fortis Homes.
Kiselick is a member of the National Association of Home Builders, the North Carolina Association of Home Builders and the Home Builders Association of Charlotte, where he was president in 2010.
AV Homes recently made its first land purchase in the Bethpage master planned community of Durham, N.C. The active adult community is planned for 1,200 residential and multi-family units, plus a 20-acre retail center and office park. Traditional neighborhoods are also in the works for AV Homes in the Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte regions. Land development is slated to begin in the first quarter of 2014, with sales beginning the following year.
Sears to host Invite A Veteran To Work Day
Sears Holdings Corp. announced its plan to host its first-ever Invite a Veteran to Work Day on Nov. 6. The event will take place at its headquarters in Hoffman Estates, Ill., as well as 1,800 other Sears and Kmart locations across the nation.
The event is designed to honor vets, provide them with an educational tour of the company’s operations and offer support for transitioning into the civilian workforce. Additionally, attendees will be encouraged to apply for various career opportunities with Sears.
"We recognize the key role the veteran community plays in the workforce as evidenced by our 30,000 veteran associates, many of whom are still serving in the National Guard and the Reserve forces," said Sherry Nolan-Schultz, VP talent acquisition and diversity. "We invite all veterans to join us on this unique day to learn more about our company, career opportunities and workforce re-entry strategies."
Veterans will be able to participate in sessions on transition strategies, as well as LinkedIn, resume and interviewing workshops. Additionally, the six-hour event will include a campus tour and lunch with a senior executive.
The event was created in support of the White House’s Joining Forces initiative, as well as to provide additional opportunities for spouses through the Military Spouse Employment Program and Joining Forces.