Manchester City is hosting a two-day Market Place job fair at the Etihad Stadium on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st July.
Market Place will be the first job fair of its kind in Manchester and aims to bring together local people with workable employment opportunities and to point out pathways to new careers and training courses.
Locals looking for a new job or training opportunity can secure their FREE event ticket here.
More than 90 organizations from across the Greater Manchester area will attend the event and promote their offerings – from entry-level apprenticeships to full-time employment.
With a variety of sectors represented, positions are available in areas such as: engineering and technology, finance, healthcare, real estate and construction, public service and administration, retail, sports, and recycling and waste management, and many more.
As part of the ‘Marketplace’, Manchester City will also host a series of workshops led by club representatives to provide practical career advice and guidance, and to inspire and encourage participants to pursue their career goals.
The event starts at 9:00 a.m. on both days and ends at 5:00 p.m. and is divided into morning and afternoon sessions, with participants being able to choose their preferred time slot based on availability.
Pete Bradshaw, Director of Sustainability at Manchester City, commented on the club’s Market Place job fair: “Manchester has faced numerous challenges over the past year and as the city recovers from the pandemic we know our city is full of people Community seeking new training courses and full time employment.
The club’s Market Place job fair is designed with these people in mind and will feature thousands of job openings from a range of Greater Manchester-based organizations.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the Etihad Stadium at the end of this month and we wish them the best of luck in securing new job opportunities. “
Alderman Gavin White, Executive Member for Housing and Employment, Manchester City Council, added, “The pandemic is having a massive impact on jobs and people’s livelihoods.
The marketplace event offers people of all ages an excellent point of contact to get in direct contact with leading local employers, to find out more about the available jobs and training opportunities and to apply for them directly. “