CAREER PATH: Brittany Lloyd, of Grafton, chats to jobs and skills expo manager Malcolm Hill (left) and Grafton Department of Human Services manager Scott Walcot (right) about the upcoming jobs expo in Grafton. PHOTO: DOMINIC ZIETSCH
CAREER PATH: Brittany Lloyd, of Grafton, chats to jobs and skills expo manager Malcolm Hill (left) and Grafton Department of Human Services manager Scott Walcot (right) about the upcoming jobs expo in Grafton. PHOTO: DOMINIC ZIETSCH

Expo-nential career opportunities at first Grafton job expo

VALLEY residents shopping for a new career will be spoilt for choice on Tuesday with a "supermarket of job possibilities" coming to Grafton in the form of a jobs and skills expo.

An initiative of the Federal Government, the event at the Grafton Sports Centre in Powell St will feature a smorgasbord of local businesses, private recruitment agencies, registered training organisations and more.

It's the first of its kind to be held in the Clarence Valley and expo staff were yesterday spruiking the expo to passersby at Grafton Shoppingworld.

Grafton Department of Human Services manager Scott Walcot was one of the spruikers.

"People can do months of jobseeking all on one day, all under one roof," Mr Walcot said.

"It's a jobs supermarket."

All are welcome to come along to the jobs and skills expo from 10am Tuesday at the Grafton Sports Centre.

People interested in employment are encouraged to bring along a one-page resume and "dress for success".



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