Annual city jobs fair promises to have something for all
A MAJOR jobs fair will be held in Swansea on Wednesday.
Jobhunters and those looking for a change in career are encouraged to go along to the event at the city's National Waterfront Museum from 10am to 4pm.
The annual event is free to attend and will include information stands manned by organisations from high street banking giants to charities and volunteering organisations.
HSBC is providing sponsorship for the event and will be actively looking for a number of new recruits.
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The bank is intending to hire a number of sales and customer service personnel for positions at its Swansea call centre.
Workways, which promotes mental health issues through learning and work, will also be a key exhibitor as well as TBG Learning, which helps long-term unemployed people into work.
The Alzheimer's Society will be looking for volunteers at the event, while Cyrenians Cymru, which has an office in Swansea, will use the fair to publicise its range of services on offer to homeless and disadvantaged people.
The Swansea Council for Voluntary Service, SCVS, will also be explaining the benefits of volunteering in the city during the one-day event.
Educational opportunities will also be offered through stands manned by Swansea's Metropolitan University, Computeraid and Gower College.
The Evening Post will be recruiting on the day for a field sales representative, telesales canvasser and sales support advisor.
Visitors to this year's jobs fair may also be able to gain employment through the Family Housing Association, which is looking for project assistants for 14-hour and 24-hour shifts supporting vulnerable adults.
The Minority Ethnic Women's Network Wales (MEWN) will use the event to show how it is working towards setting up a network of black and ethnic minority women in the Swansea Bay area.