Merakyat.org – An exhilarating employment event is on the horizon, set to equip the residents of North Lincolnshire with the essential skills to embrace new job roles and boost their earnings. The event, aptly named “Get that job,” is an initiative by the North Lincolnshire Jobs Expo. It promises a fresh approach to aiding locals in their job search. The event is scheduled to be held at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe, on Wednesday, 7 June, from 12.30 pm to 4 pm. Attendees can simply walk in without any prior appointment.
Upon arrival, participants will engage in an informal one-on-one discussion, post which they will be guided to workshops and advice sessions that cater to their individual requirements. The support provided during the event is comprehensive, ranging from CV and application writing workshops to IT skills training, personal wellbeing guidance, and insights into alternative career paths.
The primary objective of this event is not just to offer guidance and hands-on support. It also aims to empower job seekers, enhancing their skills and boosting their confidence to apply for job openings and ultimately secure their desired position.
The event will also serve as a platform for some of the region’s top employers and recruitment agencies. Notable names such as 2 Sisters, North Lincolnshire Council, Humberside Police, Ongo Recruitment, and DN Colleges Group will be present, showcasing vacancies that attendees can apply for on the spot.
Rob Waltham, the Leader of North Lincolnshire Council, expressed his enthusiasm for the event, stating that such initiatives have significantly benefited both job seekers and companies in their recruitment endeavors. He emphasized the event’s role in providing unparalleled support to North Lincolnshire residents, enabling them to tap into local opportunities, hone their skills, and secure better job positions with higher pay scales.
The event is a collaborative effort between North Lincolnshire Council, the Jobcentre, and the Department for Work and Pensions. It’s the latest in a series of such successful events that have been instrumental in bridging the gap between local employers and potential employees. These events not only uplift individuals’ self-esteem and well-being but also provide a significant boost to the local economy.