THESE are the companies hoping to talk to jobseekers in Denbighshire today.

Working Denbighshire is hosting its first job fair of this year at the 1891 Restaurant & Bar inside the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl, today (January 24.)

It will be held between 10am and 4pm during which free parking is available.

The doors will be open for those seeking employment information, no matter what their current work experience level or status is.

The fair will host both local and national employers, allowing attendees to meet face-to-face with a wide range of companies and discuss career opportunities. The friendly wellbeing team will also be in attendance, to help anyone struggling with their confidence to communicate with employers.

These are the employers who will be represented:

  • 2 Sisters Food Group
  • Achieve More Training
  • Adferiad Recovery
  • Airbus
  • Alcedo Care
  • Alpine Coaches
  • Balfour Beatty
  • Becoming the Great
  • British Army
  • Business Wales
  • Busnes GLLM
  • CAB
  • Cambrian Credit Union
  • Careers Wales
  • Clwyd Alyn
  • Conwy Employment Hub
  • Copa
  • Cynnig Glyndwr Cyf
  • Denbighshire Council
  • Denbighshire Leisure Ltd
  • DWP
  • Educate Group
  • Excell Supply Ltd
  • Grwp Llandrillo Menai
  • Haven (Presthaven Beach Resort)
  • HB Leisure
  • Key Care & Support
  • KLAS Transport Ltd.
  • LJ Health & Wellbeing
  • Maximus
  • MHC Mental Health Care
  • Military Preperation College
  • MonCf
  • Multiply
  • Natural Resource Wales
  • North Wales Police
  • Parkdean Resorts (Ty Mawr Holiday Park)
  • Premier Inn
  • Princes Trust
  • PSS
  • Qistaff Solutions
  • St Kentigern
  • Thorncliffe Building Supplies Ltd
  • Utility Warehouse
  • Warm Wales
  • Working Denbighshire
  • We Mind the Gap

Denbighshire County Council’s Working Denbighshire service aims to coordinate support that helps people into work by removing barriers. Working with local businesses and organisations, the Working Denbighshire programme is committed to supporting people who live in Denbighshire to get into the world of work and/or further their skills with free training.

Melanie Evans, Principal Manager, Strategic Employment, said: “Working Denbighshire has run multiple jobs fairs across the county, which have proven to help residents get work, training, and placement opportunities.

"The purpose of the event is to match up employers to residents looking for sector specific roles, and then continue that support after the event is finished.

"We want to help residents get the Job they want without a 'one size fits all' approach.”

Working Denbighshire is part funded through the Welsh Government Communities for Work Plus Programme which supports those most disadvantaged in the labour market to overcome the barriers preventing them from gaining employment.