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Albany -- A company looking for people to work in Iraq will be interviewing workers Tuesday in Albany.

K.B.R., a division of the Haliburton Company, is recruiting for jobs in the Middle East and Central Asia. A global engineering and services company, KBR is looking for workers with a number of different skills,from mechanics to laundry workers.

The company is recruiting across Georgia this week, looking for people willing to work in dangerous parts of the world. Georgia Department of Labor Career Center Manager Norman Race said "We have not had too many people sign up, but I imagine the word is getting out. I expect we will have quite a number of people. I understand in Columbus at the Department of Labor there, they had about 60 people as of noon today, so they got a fairly good response there."

KBR will be interviewing at the Albany Georgia Department of Labor Office on South Slappey Tuesday from 8:30 AM until 1:00 PM.

Applicants must bring resumes, proper identification, and certification and license information of their job skills.

posted by jimw@walb.com