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The City of Liverpool College to host major careers fair with a variety of jobs on offer

The City of Liverpool College is set to embark on a major recruitment drive and will be hosting a careers fair to help fill the many jobs available.

Following a year of significant growth in student admissions and applications, the College has opened a number of opportunities to help build their pool of bank workers ahead of what is expected to be a thriving new academic year.

Various bank lecturing roles spanning all subject fields will be showcased at the event, along with roles in support, including admin, progress leaders, learning support and catering assistant vacancies.

Subject areas recruiting for bank lecturers include: Expressive Arts & Media, Digital, Sustainable Construction and Building Services, Academic Studies, ESOL, Health, Social Care, Sport & Public Services, Hair, Beauty & Aesthetics and Engineering, Green Technologies & Logistics.

Required experience and qualifications will be dependent on the role jobseekers are applying for, however people of all backgrounds and skillsets are encouraged to attend.

The careers fair presents those who are seeking a new role, considering a job change or looking to get back into work, and is an exciting opportunity to secure a position with the College at a time where all areas have seen significant progression and growth.

The careers fair will be hosted by the College’s Human Resources team who will be present on the day to answer any questions and offer information regarding the bank hiring process.
There will also be a range of academic and support management staff available to discuss the specific roles with jobseekers.

Elaine Bowker, Principal of The City of Liverpool College, said:

“We are excited to showcase the many exciting opportunities we have on offer at the College as we bring this event to the heart of the city.

“We are delighted that the College has seen such a significant increase in its enrolments, allowing us to provide employment and skills opportunities for all people of various backgrounds. There has never been a more exciting time to join our team.

“With so many different roles opening up, we’re calling out to all jobseekers, whether they are people in work and looking for a change, or those out of work hoping to kick-start their career, to come along.

“We’re anticipating a huge turnout on the day and look forward to welcoming locals to our thriving institute and showcase why the College is a great place to work.”

The careers fair will be taking place on Wednesday, June 8th, between 4.30pm and 7.30pm at the Learning Exchange building on Roscoe Street.
Anyone interested in attending the fair can simply turn up on the day with no registration or ticket needed.

For further information about the event, people can email