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More than 100 jobs on offer at annual job fair in Ilford

PUBLISHED: 10:36 31 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:48 31 August 2017

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.

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.

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Retailers like London City Airport and McDonalds will be recruiting at the Redbridge Council’s annual jobs fair in two weeks time.

Over 50 employers from businesses in the borough to major private and public sector organisations will be on the lookout for new talent.

More than 100 positions will be available on the day, along with a dedicated CV workshop and details of the latest training courses on offer.

JD Training Essex, a construction and demolition company exhibiting at the event, are also offering paid work placements.

Last year, hundreds of job hunters queued to get into Redbridge Town Hall and a similar turnout is expected this year.

The jobs fair will take place at the town hall, in High Road, on Thursday September 14 from 11am to 3pm.

Exhibitors include construction firm Durkan, Moorfields Eye Hospital, recruitment agency Adecco, Fire Brigade, London City Airport and ISS Catering.

Help will be given with CVs and laptops will be available for people to apply for jobs at the fair.

Those who are looking for a job, seeking careers advice or exploring training opportunities should come armed with a CV, smart attire and a friendly firm handshake.

Councillor Bob Littlewood, cabinet member for employment, skills and fairness said: “It’s great to have the backing from local businesses and major organisations who each year invest their time in this event and also this community, by hiring local people to vacancies.

“I encourage any resident who may be at a crossroads in their career or who may be unsure about their options to attend this event. There is a team of people waiting to help you.”

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