Jobs on tap: The Jobs and Skills Expo aims to keep Australia working.
Jobs on tap: The Jobs and Skills Expo aims to keep Australia working.

Expo for Coffs jobseekers

IF you are looking for a job then there is only one place to be on Friday, at the ‘Keep Australia Working’ Centrelink Jobs & Skills Expo at the Coffs Harbour Showground.

The showground will be transformed into a ‘turbo-charged jobs supermarket’, where hundreds of jobs and skills training opportunities will be available to local job seekers.

More than 50 local, State and national businesses, Jobs Services Australia providers, private recruitment agencies and education and training organisations will be available for an expected crowd of up to 1500.

Centrelink’s Jobs & Skills Expo national manager Malcolm Mill said the Coffs Harbour Jobs and Skills Expo will be the biggest ‘jobs supermarket’ ever seen in the region.

“The variety of jobs and employers available at the expo is really exciting. There will be plenty of employment, training and business opportunities on the day,” Mr Hill said.

“Businesses are looking for people of all skill-sets, regardless of experience, for trades, apprenticeships, traineeships, full- and part-time jobs, in white collar and blue collar industries.

“Jobs expos are a unique way of assisting people who are genuinely looking for work. They’re a one-stop jobs supermarket, where job seekers and employers can engage in-person, building relationships which often lead to a job now or in the near future.”

The Centrelink Jobs & Skills Expo is at the Coffs Harbour Showground on November 12, from 10 am – 3 pm.



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