THE Scottish Recruitment Fair is being launched in Aberdeen next year with an aim to help employers reduce the skills shortage and attract potential candidates.
The event, announced by Aberdeen firm Elite Promotions, is taking place on Friday, 1 March and Saturday, 2 March 2013 at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre. It is set to attract exhibitors from a range of sectors including oil and gas, retail, subsea engineering, recruitment agencies, as well as the Armed Forces and local authorities.
The event will allow companies from across Scotland to showcase employment opportunities to job seekers, graduates and those looking for a career change, while giving exhibitors the chance to attract potential candidates.
There will be a programme of interactive career seminars delivered by leading businesses, including CV clinics and mock interviews to help pro-active job seekers stand out from other candidates.
Kathleen Anderson, of Elite Promotions, said: “The Scottish Recruitment Fair is aimed at helping employers across Scotland source the best people to fill vacancies. We have a low unemployment rate in the North-east but that also leads to skills shortages and this provides a great chance for businesses to attract and meet good candidates.
“Of course, in addition to being beneficial to the employer, it is also a super opportunity for those seeking employment or a career change to consider what options are available for them in the North-east while gaining some valuable job hunting guidance and advice from the professionals.”
The Scottish Recruitment Fair is now taking exhibitor bookings and there are a number of sponsorship options available.
Those wishing to attend the event are being urged to register their interest at www.scottishrecruitmentfair.com
For more information about the Scottish Recruitment Fair, contact Kathleen Anderson at Elite Promotions on (01224) 636363.
Issued by Frasermedia Ltd on behalf of the Scottish Recruitment Fair 2013