Major employment site Stansted Airport set to showcase around 500 jobs at jobs fair

PUBLISHED: 15:02 22 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:02 22 May 2017

The Jobs Fair, organised by Stansted Airport in partnership with the airport�s Employment and Skills Academy, takes place on Thursday, May 25 at the airport�s Radisson Blu hotel from 10am to 2pm.

The Jobs Fair, organised by Stansted Airport in partnership with the airport�s Employment and Skills Academy, takes place on Thursday, May 25 at the airport�s Radisson Blu hotel from 10am to 2pm.

Tony Pick

Stansted Airport is set to host an event this week showcasing hundreds of career opportunities at the site.

Nearly 50 airport companies are taking part in the Jobs Fair, organised by Stansted Airport in partnership with the airport’s Employment and Skills Academy, which takes place on Thursday, May 25, at the airport’s Radisson Blu hotel from 10am to 2pm.

Among them is the new Hampton-by-Hilton hotel, which is nearing completion ahead of its opening this summer.

The firms will be promoting more than 500 new full and part time jobs to join the 12,000 strong workforce already based at the east of England’s single biggest employment site. Marcella M’Rabety, corporate social responsibility manager, said job seekers would be able to meet potential employers, obtain careers advice, get guidance about the application process and find out about free training opportunities.

“These are really exciting times at Stansted Airport, and the future is set to be even brighter. We are already welcoming over 24m passengers a year, planning permission has been granted for a new £130m arrivals building and we are just about to kick-off a host of new multi-million pound projects to improve the passenger experience and make best use of our existing single runway,” she said.

“There has never been a better time to join the 12,000 workers already driving our success story and this latest jobs fair is the perfect opportunity to find out more and to get onboard through the hundreds of new jobs and long-term careers being created by Stansted’s phenomenal growth.”

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