Two thousand vacancies will be on offer at the City Hall Jobs Fair on Thursday (20 October).
Employers from across Bristol are expected to attend, including University of Bristol Hospitals Trust, Greggs, The Aztec Hotel, TSB, Blue Arrow and Mainline Recruitment Agency.
There will be a variety of vacancies on offer, ranging from full-time to part-time, permanent, temporary and Christmas jobs.
Many employers will also be offering apprenticeships with immediate starts, while others are planning in advance to take on apprentices in the spring.
Advisors will be on hand to help attendees with job applications, as well as providing advice on training courses and general careers information.
The event has been organised by Bristol City Council, City of Bristol College, the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), and Stroud and South Gloucester College.
Councillor Claire Hiscott, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: “As part of our Learning City Ways2Work strategy, we’re working closely with our partners to bring together employers and people who are looking for work.
“These jobs fairs are a great way for people to meet prospective employers, especially for anyone who has been out of work for a while.
“A Christmas job is a perfect opportunity for anyone who wants a permanent job, but who currently lacks that vital experience or a reference for their CV. A few hours spent at the jobs fair could reap large benefits for your job prospects.”
Adrian Carr, Employer Account Manager at the DWP, said: “Our October Jobs Fair offers job-seekers a real opportunity to get into work especially now in the lead up to Christmas. Our employers will be ready and waiting to talk to people about the jobs they need to fill so if you are looking for work, take this opportunity on Thursday. You could leave with an appointment for an interview and be working the day after.”
The fair takes place at City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR on Thursday 20 October, from 10am to 2pm.
For a full list of employers visit http://ways2work.org.uk/jobs-skills-south-west/events-and-courses/jobs-fairs/
Bristol Learning City:
Learning Cities are being established across the world. They are based on the idea that by working and learning together we can achieve more and in turn this will transform lives, organisations and cities.
Bristol has become England’s first UNESCO Learning City. Organisations have committed to work in partnership to create and promote learning opportunities for everyone, of all ages and from all communities, in all parts of the city.
2016 is the Year of Learning in Bristol. We want everyone to know that Bristol is a Learning City, to get involved, learn new things and help spread the word. Our campaign tagline is ‘Love Learning’.
The development of Bristol Learning City is overseen by a group of influential city leaders, who belong to the Partnership Board, and represent education, business and advocates for learning.
Three ‘challenge groups’ have been set up, to look at and improve specific areas of learning in the city and consider ways of including all ages and backgrounds in learning. The three ‘challenge groups’ are: learning in education, learning for work, and learning in communities.
Find out more at bristollearningcity.com.
Follow us on twitter @BristolLearning or sign up to our newsletter bristollearningcity.com/sign-up for the latest news.