Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation

Our Manchester Jobs Fair

Are you a Manchester based disabled person or someone with a long term health condition or impairment? Are you looking for work?

The Our Manchester Disability Plan has been developed with disabled people in the city to make it a better place for disabled people to live and work. In developing the plan, a number of employers in the city have committed to providing good employment opportunities for disabled people who are much less likely to find and sustain work.

To address the barriers to employment that disabled people face, Manchester City Council's Work and Skills Team are 'owning' this challenge by organising a disabled people's jobs fair in conjunction with Breakthrough UK, DWP, Manchester Health and Care Commissioning and other employers.

A range of employers and employment support organisations will be there to talk about jobs, apprenticeships and employment support services for Manchester disabled people. You will be able to register and apply for jobs with some of the employers, ask them questions on what they do and what working for them involves. You will also be able to find out about pre-recruitment support if you aren't ready to apply for work directly. It is a good idea to bring up to date copies of your CV with you if you have one.

This event is for Manchester residents only and is free to attend. This means that you or someone in your household pays your council tax to Manchester City Council.

Date: Monday 25th March 2019
Time: 10:00 - 14:30
Venue: Manchester Central Library, Saint Peter's Square, Manchester, M2 5PD
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Monday, 25 March 2019