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Sign up now for Jobs & Opportunities Fair

District employers and organisations are invited to sign up for Winchester City Council’s autumn Jobs & Opportunities Fair.

This event, which returns by popular demand, is the third of its kind to be organised by Winchester City Council. Delivered in partnership with Winchester Jobcentre, it will take place at the Middle Brook Centre on Middle Brook Street, on Wednesday 4 September from 10am to 1pm.

This event provides an opportunity for organisations and employers from a range of sectors to meet with local people, including residents and students. Those looking for part and full-time positions, including those just starting out in the world of work and those contemplating changes of career, will be invited as well as those returning to work or seeking volunteering and training opportunities.

Employers will also have the chance to reach out to those who have recently settled in the Winchester district.

The fair will also offer attendees the opportunity to obtain information and support about mental health and wellbeing, CV writing and interview techniques.

Stalls will be free of charge to Winchester district-based employers and organisations. Over twenty stalls are already booked, so it’s likely that spaces will be booked up quickly, with those remaining allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Winchester City Council’s Cabinet Member for Business and Culture Councillor Lucille Thompson said: “Our previous Jobs and Opportunities Fairs with Winchester Jobcentre have been a great success, and this new fair will offer further valuable opportunities for employers across the Winchester district to connect with local jobseekers, who will also be able to access help and support.

“Events like these reflect our commitment to supporting a vibrant economy and we are very proud to have such a range of organisations across our district.”

If your organisation would like to host a stall at the Winchester District Jobs and Opportunities Fair, register your interest by emailing Emily Reason:

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