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Hospitality and retail jobs fair 

Ealing Council’s employment, learning and skills team is inviting Ealing residents to a free jobs fair to explore work opportunities in the hospitality and retail sectors. 

The jobs fair is taking place on Monday, 26 September 2022 at Victoria Hall, Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway, London W5 2BY from 10am to 3pm and it’s free to attend. Sign up for the jobs fair. 

The event aims to help you find a job at various restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and retailers. Meet a wide range of employers and talk to them directly about their currently available roles, what the requirements are and how you can apply. 

With the festive period approaching soon, many employers need more staff to cope with the increased demand. Join this hospitality and retail jobs fair to check not only seasonal/temporary roles, but also permanent ones. 

We will be announcing the employers very soon – keep on checking this article or follow Work Ealing on Twitter. 

Good jobs for Ealing 

Councillor Peter Mason, Leader of Ealing Council comments:

“A key priority for the council is to support residents into decent, well-paid jobs. That’s why we have committed to securing 10,000 new jobs in Ealing in the next four years. We are thrilled to bring you this jobs fair, where you can meet and talk to employers in-person about their job vacancies in different sectors.”

Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, Ealing Council’s cabinet member for decent living incomes adds:

“After the success of several jobs fairs earlier this year, we are delighted to bring our residents another one, where you can explore work in the hospitality and retail sectors. Whether you are looking for part-time or full-time role, we have a great range of employers coming to this event. Don’t hesitate, register today and come along on 26 September.” 

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