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Annual jobs and apprenticeship fair returns to Ilford

PUBLISHED: 08:19 06 September 2016 | UPDATED: 09:17 06 September 2016

Redbridge Town Hall held a job fair which included stalls from different companies across the borough and a CV clinic which helped people to improve their CVs and hopefully help to create more job opportunities for them. 

Val and Denise from Sainsburys giving advice to a potential employee

Redbridge Town Hall held a job fair which included stalls from different companies across the borough and a CV clinic which helped people to improve their CVs and hopefully help to create more job opportunities for them. Val and Denise from Sainsburys giving advice to a potential employee

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Work Redbridge is running a jobs and apprenticeships fair at Redbridge Town Hall, High Road, Ilford, next Thursday.

If you are looking for a job, smarten your CV, or use a laptop to apply for jobs online, just drop in.

The event runs from 11am to 3pm with more than 50 employers, including Adecco, Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Toys ‘R’ Us, Costa Coffee, the NHS, the Army and Redbridge Council.

Cllr Bob Littlewood, cabinet member for employment, skills and fairness said, “Our priority is to help people to improve their chance of securing employment and our jobs fair is a fantastic way for residents to learn new skills and to find employment, with access to live vacancies and laptops.

“Whether you’re looking for a job, a career change, or careers advice, the Work Redbridge jobs and apprenticeships fair is the place to be. Bring your CV, dress to impress and kick start your future career.”

Pamela Nqanyuo, branch manager from Barclays Ilford said, “This is a really important jobs fair that will give people the opportunity to explore what careers are available.

“At Barclays, we have local roles on offer and a great apprenticeship scheme that my colleagues will be pleased to talk to people about.”

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