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Jobs Fair 2017

Campbeltown Opportunities for all-careers and jobs fair

Michael Russell MSP, in conjunction with Brendan O’Hara MP and the Argyll and Bute Employability Partnership, will be hosting a Careers and Jobs Fair in Campbeltown on Thursday, March 2.

Free for jobseekers, the event will be held in The Town Hall from 10.30am to 1pm and will play host to a large number of employers from a wide range of fields.

This will be an opportunity for local employers to promote job opportunities to aid recruitment and provide an opportunity for jobseekers to explore local employment opportunities and hand over their CVs.

Commenting ahead of the event, Michael Russell MSP for Argyll and Bute said:

‘I am delighted Campbeltown will play host to the jobs fair again this year. I have been involved in the organisation of these events across the constituency for many years now and they are always hugely successful and met with much positivity from prospective employers and employees. Argyll and Bute has an incredibly rich pool of talented people but often finding the right job can be challenging. That’s why events like this are so important in helping people find opportunities and jobs they may never have before considered an option. With so many local employers taking part in the fair I am sure it will once again be greatly received and I am looking forward to hearing of its success.’

Brendan O’Hara MP, who is co-hosting the event, said: ‘It is great to see the return of the jobs fair to Campbeltown which has been a great benefit to job seekers and employers. Whether you are looking for your first job after leaving school or graduating, looking to change jobs or even find a totally new career, the Jobs Fair may be just what you are looking for. With a whole range of employers wanting to speak to Campbeltown’s job seekers, it will be a fantastic opportunity to speak to them face-to-face in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.’

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