Meet potential employers at the Employ Wandsworth event
Attendees at a previous jobs fair in Wandsworth
The borough’s largest jobs and skills event, Employ Wandsworth 2023, is returning this May.
Dozens of companies from retail, construction, customer service, leisure, hospitality, tourism and other sectors will be at the Wandsworth Civic Suite on Friday 26 May to meet job seekers, who can attend free of charge.
It will be a chance to find out about a wide range of opportunities in Wandsworth at all levels no matter what stage of your career you are at.
There will also be information on training and development, free employability workshops delivered by Google Digital Garage and by South London Partnership on green skills courses offered by South Thames College.
Employ Wandsworth 2023 is organised by Wandsworth Council’s Work Match team. The council’s free jobs service recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and in that time it has supported more than two thousand local people into work.
There will be a chance to meet the Work Match team at Employ Wandsworth and find out how you can be first in line for new job opportunities.
Kemi Akinola, Cabinet member for the voluntary sector, business and culture, said, “We want our residents to get good jobs as close to home as possible. It saves them travel time and transport costs and makes sure it’s local people benefiting from new opportunities.
“Whatever stage you’re at in your career come along, meet potential employees and get advice on taking that next step.”
The event at the Civic Centre on Wandsworth High Street runs from 10am – 3pm. You can beat the queues and reserve your place at www.employwandsworth.org.
If you can’t make it to Employ Wandsworth, contact the Work Match team directly on 020 8871 5191 or email your CV to email@example.com.
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