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Gloucestershire big employers showcased as Job fair returns to Cheltenham Library

Some of Gloucestershire's biggest employers will be able to meet prospective employees face to face when the Job Fair returns to Cheltenham next month.

Cheltenham BID are holding the Job Fair at Cheltenham Library on Wednesdays, September 4 between 11am and 2pm.

The fair is being run by the BID, Dimensions Training Solutions and the County Council, who run the Library and follows from a successful fair held in January.

Then, more than 700 job seekers met with potential employers and the September event is expected to be even more popular.

Job seekers will be able to meet face-to-face with 15 businesses from a range of industries, including Admin, hospitality, retail, manual work, care and support work, to talk about the exciting opportunities they have available.

Some of the businesses that will be there include popular shopping destinations House of Fraser, John Lewis & Partners, The Regent Arcade, and Primark, as well as Cheltenham's Lucky Onion Group, which runs No 131 and The Tavern.

These businesses and others are offering full and part-time roles, temp roles, apprenticeships and support to work help.

Representatives from Glos Jobs will also be offering a free employability workshop for all, to include 'how to write a good CV' and 'Interview tips' at 12pm

The Mayor of Cheltenham, Councillor Roger Wyborn, will be formally opening the event from 11am.

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