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Local Businesses Urged to Sign Up for 2018 Jobs Event

By Published April 06, 2018

LOCAL businesses are being urged to sign up for the latest Jobs for Middlesbrough event in June.

Organisers want to hear from enterprises from across the Tees Valley and beyond who are on the look-out for fresh talent.

On offer is a great opportunity to exhibit for free in the spectacular surroundings of the newly restored and refurbished Middlesbrough Town Hall on Wednesday, June 6.

Jobs for Middlesbrough will be opened by Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd and is open to all employers and not aimed at any specific age group or sector.

The event is hosted by the Council in partnership with Jobcentre Plus, the National Careers Service, Middlesbrough College and Middlesbrough Community Learning.

Employers will welcome job seekers to stands in the Town Hall’s Crypt, Main Hall and old Fire Station, all fully upgraded as part of a recently completely £7.7 million Heritage Lottery Fund-backed project.

Mayor Dave Budd said: “Middlesbrough and the wider city region are home to some truly great businesses and employers, and we also have people with the skills, drive and ambition to take them on to the next level.

“Bringing them together is essential if we are to continue the investment and growth that is already transforming Middlesbrough.

Jobs for Middlesbrough is yet another great opportunity for companies to showcase the work they do and the roles they’re looking to fill.”

  • Jobs for Middlesbrough takes place at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Wednesday, June 6 from 10am to 4pm.

For further information and to sign up, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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