GLASGOW FORT TO HOST JOBS FAIR TOMORROW
Wagamama, Nando’s and Footlocker, along with a host of other local organisations, will be taking part in a jobs fair at Glasgow Fort tomorrow (Tuesday 16th May).
More than 50 vacancies will be on offer across a range of retailers and restaurants at Glasgow Fort, as well as other businesses in the city, with representatives available to provide further information and helpful advice for applicants.
The event is part of Glasgow Fort’s ongoing partnership with Easterhouse-based charity FARE Scotland, a free employability programme for young people in the community.
Visitors will also be able to find out more about the charity’s apprenticeship programme for 16–24-year-olds, as well as its summer training programmes. These both provide participants with relevant qualifications to support them into roles in specific industries, including customer service, sports, and childcare.
The jobs fair will be hosted in the in a pop-up store next to Greggs between 10am – 4pm tomorrow (Tuesday).
Phil Goodman, centre director at Glasgow Fort, said: “This event is a great opportunity for people locally to meet with representatives across a number of industries, including retail, to seek advice and learn more about the various roles available.
“We know how difficult applying for a job can be, so we want to help people in our community as much as possible. We’re very grateful to our long-term partners, FARE Scotland for organising such an important event.”
Glasgow Fort is open 10am – 10pm on weekdays, 9am – 7pm on Saturdays and 10am – 6pm on Sundays.
For more information on Glasgow Fort, please visit www.glasgowfort.com.
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About Glasgow Fort
With almost 100 brands, Glasgow Fort is an award-winning shopping experience and Scotland’s number one retail and leisure destination. It is easily accessible by car with 2,500 free parking spaces and situated just off junction 10 of the M8.
Stores include Marks & Spencer, Zara, River Island, H&M, Next and schuh. There is also a Vue cinema and an array of restaurants including Nando’s, Bread Meats Bread, Fridays and Wagamama.
Glasgow Fort is open from 10.00am –10.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 7.00pm on Saturday and 10.00am – 6.00pm on Sunday. Please note that store opening times may vary, and that food, cinema and leisure venues will be open later – please check retailer websites for further details.
If you’d like to keep up to date with everything that’s going on at Glasgow Fort, including all of the latest offers and events, visit www.glasgowfort.com, or find us on Facebook or Twitter.
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