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May 16 2016
McGinley Support Services will attend several Career Transition Partnership (CTP) Employment Fairs this year, helping to connect the ex-Armed Forces with new employment opportunities in infrastructure.
The CTP Fairs provide unique opportunities to meet with recruiters in a number of infrastructure sectors specifically looking to find service leavers with the skilled understanding that these positions require. For example, those with a background in rail and transport may well benefit from companies promoting rail jobs at the events.
As well as the chance to network, attendees will hear from industry representatives and employers in presentations designed to help them identify the career paths that match their qualifications and skillset. Attendees will be able to use this insight to help navigate new occupations and achieve career progression as they resettle into civilian life.
McGinley is pleased to be exhibiting at CTP Employment Fairs in 2016, where those who have since left the Armed Forces can research viable professions and enter the job market with over 50 organisations and companies that recognise the qualities that ex-service people can bring to the workforce.
This month kicks off the networking opportunity, with McGinley present at the East Midlands CTP Employment Fair in Lincolnshire on May 19 th .
As well as this month, McGinley will be helping service leavers across the UK take the next step in their career at the following CTP Employment Fairs this year.
1. East Midlands – 19th May 2016 - Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln
2. South West – 9th June 2016 - University Of The West Of England, Bristol
3. South East/East – 14th July 2016 - Newmarket Racecourses, Newmarket
4. North West – 29th September 2016 - Aj Bell Stadium, Salford
5. West Midlands – 17th November 2016 - The International Centre, Telford
Visit our rail recruitment page to find opportunities in this sector and beyond.
Useful Resources for Ex-Armed Forces