Skills, Jobs and Opportunities Fair
Rudheath & Witton Together will host 'The Skills, Jobs and Opportunities Fair' on Friday 21 April 2017 between 10am and 3pm at Brio Northwich Memorial Court.
This FREE event will bring together local businesses and jobseekers.
Businesses will be there to promote their employment opportunities and find the right candidates to fill current vacancies.
A variety of employers from both the public and private sector will be eager to meet and chat about immediate opportunities in a wide range of fields.
Whether you're hoping to make a fresh start, find a better job, or looking for a new career direction, job seekers will find a wealth of exciting opportunities at this free jobs fair.
Alison Knight, Director of Places Strategy said "the jobs fair will allow jobseekers to come face to face with over 30 local employers including Barclays Bank, The Hut Group, NHS, Brio Leisure etc., to discuss current vacancies and to promote their skills and experience with a view to securing future employment".
Cheshire West and Chester Council have provided support in the organisation of this event and offer additional support through Northwich Work Zone.
At the Work Zone jobseekers can access a range of tools to assist the entire job search process including internet access, local papers and career assessments.
Workshops on job searching, CV writing, interview techniques and much more are also available.
For more information about 'The Skills, Jobs and Opportunities Fair' or the Work Zone please call 01606 288540.
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