Book now for Employ Wandsworth 2018

Published: Tuesday 13th March 18

The Employ Wandsworth careers fair returns to the town hall on Friday April 20, with a chance to meet dozens of companies offering hundreds of job opportunities to suit all levels.

When: Friday April 20, 10am – 3pm

Where: Wandsworth Civic Suite

Register at

The event, organised by Wandsworth Council’s Work Match team, is aimed at people who live in Wandsworth who are returning to work, want a job closer to home or with more hours, who want to step up a level or who  need help finding the right career.

Visitors will be able to find out about job opportunities, talk face-to-face with potential employers, can get expert advice and guidance  on CVs, career development and starting up a business, and can find out how to access training to improve your skills and make you more employable. 

Last year’s around a thousand people turned up and this year’s event is expected to be event bigger.

Employment and skills spokesperson Councillor Kim Caddy said: “Last year’s event was a great success, and this year we are expecting more potential employers to take part. This is a real opportunity to take advantage of jobs on offer in our booming business sector, overcome any barriers to employment and pick the brains of employment experts. 

Pre register online at, and be first in line to meet exhibitors on the day.

Work Match  is a free, exclusively for Wandsworth residents, which matches up people seeking jobs, training and apprenticeships with local vacancies.  The Work Match team also offers coaching in the run up to interviews, pre-employment training, guidance with applications, and help to build confidence. So far they’ve helped more than 800 people into work.

If you can’t make it to Employ Wandsworth, contact the team directly on 020 8871 5191 or email your CV to

You can find more information about Wandsworth’s Work Match here, and find a full list of vacancies on their website.

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