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Wakefield Works - jobs fair can help you find employment

Amy Johnson  got a temporary paid contract at WDH after going for a placement as part of the Wakefield Works scheme.

Amy Johnson got a temporary paid contract at WDH after going for a placement as part of the Wakefield Works scheme.

Young people looking for employment and apprenticeships can find career advice at the Wakefield Works jobs fair.

The event will take place from 11am to 3pm on Thursday, September 4, at the management suite, opposite Pizza Express in Trinity Walk Shopping Centre.

The jobs fair is part of the Wakefield Works initiative, which is backed by the Express and which is now in its third year.

Run in conjunction with Wakefield Council, the fair will see businesses from Wakefield Works coming together to meet candidates and offer different opportunities.

Candidates can also find out how to apply for vacancies and get more information about what employers are looking for.

No booking is required, but candidates can register their details in advance at www.wakefieldworks.co.uk/jobs-event

The Wakefield Works scheme, running on Tuesday and Wednesday, gives 16 to 25-year-olds a chance to get career advice and discuss employment or work experience placements.

The companies taking part include Beaumont Legal, Border Cottage Care, Chadwick Lawrence LLP, Copiserv, Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce, Open Communications UK Ltd, Parsons & Co, Ramsdens Solicitors, Room97 Creative, Statement, The Ridings Shopping Centre, Wakefield Express, Xamax, Yorkshire Telecommunications, Cedar Court Hotel, En Route Hair & Beauty, fds Corporate Finance, First Choice Recruitment, Fujitsu UK, Glennan Wealth Management, Jordans Solicitors, Sarcophagus, School Speakers, Thornton Jones Family Law, Next Distribution and Harvard Engineering.

 
 
 

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