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Roll up for Construction Careers

Looking for staff? Of course you are! Thinking of finding a new job in a market when you are the object of desire for most employers? Well it's worth a look around surely.
Our Construction Careers Event could help you all out.

Those with career ambitions and engineering's most prominent employers can meet at the event which is being held next year in London.

Among the exhibitors already signed up for the one-day show are Halcrow, Costain, Taylor Woodrow, Bouygues and Carillion. Hill McGlynn will be providing a free CV surgery for all visitors, too.

Halcrow's recruitment manager Dawn Morton explained why the firm will be there: "By showcasing the many career options at the Construction Careers Event, we'll be demonstrating that a career with Halcrow provides a first-class opportunity to work in multidisciplinary teams in a technically stimulating environment," Morton said.

The event is free to all visitors and includes an informative programme of free seminars.

Put the date in your diary: the Construction Careers Event will be held at the Royal Horticultural Halls, Lindley Hall, Westminster, on 27 February 2008.

Ø Info www.constructioncareersevent.co.uk or call Olivia Horne on 020 7728 4529.

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