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Jobseekers heading to Winchester Jobs Fair
9:09am Wednesday 25th September 2013 in News
JOBSEEKERS across Hampshire will be heading to the Winchester Jobs Fair tomorrow.
Whether you are looking for a new job, wanting to improve your interview technique, hoping for a training or education course or just want to see what is available, the Daily Echo-backed jobs fair might be just the ticket.
Featuring a host of local businesses, seminars will be run throughout the day, including one by Keith Redbourn the editor of the Daily Echo’s sister paper The Hampshire Chronicle. There will also be one-to-one advice clinics at the Guildhall tomorrow between 10am-5pm.
It is a latest in a series of jobs fairs, with hundreds visiting one in Southampton earlier this year.
A spokesman for Eastleigh College, which attended the Southampton event, said: “The Jobs Fair 2013 proved to be a fantastic opportunity for Eastleigh College to promote Apprenticeships to the local and wider community.
“Visitors were engaging and eager to find out more about Apprenticeship opportunities. A beneficial and informative exercise for the college and visitors alike.”
Winchester’s event features representatives such as Nurse Plus, a temporary nursing agency, offering career opportunities including community carers, healthcare assistants, support workers and nurses.
Work is available for in-home carers as well as in residential homes and learning disability centres.
The company offers flexible hours, award-winning free training and holiday pay.
A spokesman said: “With day, night and weekend work available we offer a flexible working solution, perfect for a new career move or just extra cash, easy to fit in with family commitments and other jobs.”
Other seminars include a National Careers Service CV session at 12.15pm and an interview skills session at 3.15pm.
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