Broughton Job fair returns this September – The Leader

Broughton Shopping Park has announced it will be holding a jobs fair in September with over ten companies and businesses attending. 
The shopping park, which is located next to the Airbus factory, will be hosting a variety of businesses and prospective employers that are advertising full and part time work. 
The event is set to take place on Saturday, September 24, from 10am to 4pm. 
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Alan Barker, centre manager at Broughton, said: “In previous years, our Jobsfair has proved massively successful in finding hundreds of jobseekers positions at the centre.”
The retailers confirmed to be attending are; Next, Clogau, The Entertainer, The Body Shop, Fragrance Shop, Boots, Hays Travel, The Card Factory and Tim Hortons. 
As well as these stores, which are located at the shopping park, Bright Lights/ The Launch Group will be attending with information about a new employability programme launching at Broughton Retail Park. 
There will be hundreds of full and part time retail and hospitality positions available. 
In addition to this, there will also be advertising about local vacancies across Flinthshire. 
Communities For Work Plus and Jobcentre Plus will be available on the day to provide advice to job seekers and support with applications. 
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Alan Barker hopes the job fair will help those in the local community, he said: “The past few years have been so difficult for so many people, so we’re so excited to be bringing some brilliant opportunities to those in the local community looking for a new role or challenge.”
For more info: please contact Communities for Work janiene.davies@flintshire.gov.uk or nia.parry@flintshire.gov.uk on 07770633453 or Paul Murphy at Jobcentre Plus paul.murphy6@dwp.gov.uk on 07748881647. 
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