The South London Jobs Fair 2012 ‘Action to Work’ is a unique initiative offering employment opportunities to residents and business opportunities for companies, particularly small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) looking to access the social housing sector.
This initiative is a regeneration partnership between thirteen Social Housing Providers and Croydon based social enterprise 3D Change CIC, all of which have one thing in common and that’s a passionate commitment to support our communities to achieve the best they can for themselves and their families.
We believe that communities can be vibrant and sustainable if there are good employment opportunities and local business and industry is thriving. With all of us working together, social enterprises, businesses, residents, your community regeneration and procurement representatives, we can drive social and economic regeneration in our communities and make the difference we want to see.
Real Vacancies, Real Opportunities: The South London Jobs Fair 2012 will place job seekers in front of employers. It really
is that simple. Every employer attending will be bringing jobs and/or ‘action to work’ vacancies. If they don’t do this, they can’t attend.
Want to Exhibit? Employers attending the South London Jobs Fair 2012 will meet hundreds of eager job seekers, ready to work and with a range of different skills. Exhibitors will also be able to take part in our procurement event and meet senior managers from the thirteen housing associations. Call our employer engagement partner, 3D Change to discuss your needs and what participating in the South London Jobs Fair 2012 can do for your company.
Easy to get to: The South London Jobs Fair 2012 will take place on 21st June 2012 at Fairfield Halls, Croydon. It’s easily
accessible by car and by public transport. Your housing association may be running transport from where you live. Contact them to find out more or click on your Housing Association logo at the bottom of the Home Page to visit their website.
Plan your journey – useful Links
TFL – Transport For London http://www.tfl.gov.uk/
National Rail http://www.nationalrail.co.uk