Recruitment fair offers more than 250 opportunities

PUBLISHED: 09:08 20 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:14 20 February 2018

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

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More than 250 jobs and apprenticeship schemes were on offer as Sedgemoor District Council held its fifth recruitment fair.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Dozens of people visited Burnham-on-Sea’s Princess Theatre, in Princess Street, on February 13 to seek employment and training advice.

There were a wide range of professional industries represented, including the Royal Navy, EDF Energy, Brunelcare and Kids Fest.

The jobs event was opened by the district council’s chairman, Mike Cresswell.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

A spokesman for Sedgemoor District Council said: “We were really pleased with the turnout and also the number of stalls which were set up.

“This has been our biggest year for employers offering their advice to people looking for opportunities in this very tough job market.

“We hope that a great many people found their perfect job match on Valentine’s Day eve.”

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.Sedgemoor District Council employer’s recruitment fair. More than 250 job and apprenticeship opportunities being promoted. Princes Hall, Burnham on Sea.

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