Open Doors Jobs Fair

16th January 2019
10:00am - 12:30pm

Venue: Dumfries Job Centre

DYWDG is delighted to be once again working with Dumfries Jobcentre Plus to offer businesses the opportunity to meet the potential workforce direct!

OPEN DOORS is the perfect way for a business/organisation to start their recruitment and HR process - FOC! 
If your business is (or will be recruiting) between now and Spring 2019, then please get in touch and join us on JANUARY 16th!

Business info: justin.thomas@dywdg.co.uk

For those jobseeking, please come along ready to meet the various businesses that are recruiting.  This is your opportunity to meet them face to face, learn more about their vacancies and to start the application process. 

OPEN TO ALL!  You do not have to be signing on at the Jobcentre or in receipt of benefits!  School leavers and those already in work and looking for new challenges are very welcome!

WE ARE VERY PROUD TO WORK WITH:

SRUC’s Barony Campus students were given a unique entrepreneur opportunity thanks to DYW DG and Chamber of Commerce partnership working and support for the introduction of the ‘Entrepreneur Aspire’ Award. SRUC looks forward to offering this entrepreneur opportunity next academic year, with a possible option to include other regions within Scotland. It is a pleasure to work with DYW DG, who are so enthusiastic and supportive of our students and their business aspirations for the future.

Julie Parker, Senior Tutor, SRUC Barony Campus

DYW DG has helped Bank of Scotland give young people in Stranraer new avenues in which to explore opportunities locally and in the wider region. Our talk at Stranraer Academy, arranged by DYW, gave students and parents the opportunity to understand the options available in the local area. With DYW's help and support, Bank of Scotland have been able to reach out to the local community and give young people in the area an idea of what retail banking involves.

Craig Daniel, Manager, Bank of Scotland, Stranraer branch

Before DYW approached us, we didn’t have the confidence to consider employing a young person straight from school. We didn’t know quite what to expect, or even where to start looking for the right young person. But with DYW’s help, it became a quick and easy process. DYW put in the time – they came to visit us, were always there with help and support, and their enthusiasm for the young people who came to visit us really shone through and helped us engage with them.

Murray Farm Care

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When recruiting our new trainees, DYW DG's input and co-ordination between agencies helped invaluably in guiding us through what assistance was available and the processes therein. We would certainly use DYW’s contacts and again, especially accessing young talent.

Susan Sutherland, Crichton Executive Officer

At Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES), we are committed to advancing equality of opportunity. The partnership we have established with DWY DG will allow us to reach out to more young people, including young women. We want to highlight the variety of roles and careers in the industry and encourage young people to consider an apprenticeship with FES as a pathway into a career in forestry, and DYW DG are important and valued partners in this process.

Ashley Woodhouse, Forest Enterprise Scotland