Dozens of jobs up for grabs at Rushden Lakes
The vacancies are across retail, leisure and hospitality
Up to 50 jobs are up for grabs at Rushden Lakes.
Anyone interested in working at the popular retail and leisure attraction can find out more about the vacancies at a virtual jobs fair taking place next week.
The event is part of the Recruit Rushden Lakes programme in partnership with The Crown Estate and the DWP.
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Vacancies will be for positions on site at Rushden Lakes or in the surrounding areas.
A spokesman for Rushden Lakes told the Northants Telegraph: "At the moment we are looking at approximately 50 job vacancies across retail, leisure and hospitality."
The virtual jobs fair will take place on the Rushden Lakes Twitter page (@RushdenLakesSC) between 10am and midday on Tuesday, September 29.
Anyone wanting to join the event needs to visit the Rushden Lakes Twitter page to follow the tweets and people can view all opportunities and conversations using the hashtag #recruitrushden
Anyone who wants to ask any questions during the fair is encouraged to use the Rushden Lakes twitter handle and the hashtag.
Local residents who engage with the Recruit Rushden Lakes programme also receive ongoing support from dedicated Workplace Coordinators, who offer assistance throughout the employment process and continuing once they have taken up their prospective role.
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