Job fair to take place in Dagenham

PUBLISHED: 07:00 11 October 2018

The job fair will be taking place at the former Dagenham Civic Centre. Picture: Ken Mears

The job fair will be taking place at the former Dagenham Civic Centre. Picture: Ken Mears


Are you unemployed and looking for work, or fed up in your job and wanting a change?

If so, the Dagenham job fair could have the role for you.

The event is taking place at CU London’s campus at the former Dagenham Civic Centre between 11am and 2pm on Wednesday, October 17.

Those living in Barking and Dagenham and interested in working in the retail, childcare, hospitality, security, warehouse, construction, customer service, health and social care sectors are encouraged to pop in to see what opportunities are available.

Councillor Sade Bright, cabinet member for employment, skills and aspiration said: “As London moves east, Barking and Dagenham is the capital’s growth opportunity and the council is doing everything to ensure that all of our residents benefit from it and no one is left behind.

“Whether it be jobs, training and other opportunities to develop, we want to carry all of our residents along.”

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