The Oxford Job Fair is returning to Rose Hill on Thursday 23rd March!

The Oxford Job Fair is returning to Rose Hill on Thursday 23rd March!
The Job Fair will take place from 10am to 2pm in the Rose Hill Community Centre (Carole’s Way, off Ashhurst Way, OX4 4HF). It is in partnership with Oxford City Council and Jobcentre Plus.  
Please help us to get the word out by circulating the event details and the attached flyer to your contacts, service users, customers and residents, and sharing the event details on your social media – we’ve created a Facebook event page.
The Job Fair will provide Oxford residents, particularly in the Rose Hill and wider East Oxford area, with the opportunity to find out about and apply for hundreds of vacancies from over 30 employers and training providers, and get free advice and support about how to prepare for employment and build their employability and self-confidence. The latest confirmed exhibitors’ list is below, with some big ticket names attending such as John Lewis and Primark.
This event is particularly exciting because it will also celebrate the launch of two new, Big Lottery funded projects – the Rose Hill Regeneration Project supporting and empowering local residents, and the Unlocking Potential Project supporting young people NEET to develop their employability through enterprise.
Some of the benefits include:  
a. 30+ Oxford employers, wellbeing support and training providers with over 800 live, local employment and training vacancies have already signed up for the event – confirmed exhibitors are listed below. 
b. No need to book, free entry.  
c. Free 1-2-1 employment support and on the day including for job applications and CV work, from the National Careers Service, Aspire, JobCentre Plus and Oxford City Council. 
d. Refreshments will be provided on the day, free of charge for attendees, and we will be providing lunch for exhibitors.
Please do help us to make the most of this opportunity for local residents. 
If you’ve got any questions about the day please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Best wishes, Paul