Job seekers looking for opportunities to work in Chester city centre have been given a boost after CH1ChesterBID unveiled a brand new digital jobs hub featuring the latest high street vacancies.
The city’s Business Improvement District (BID) company launched the new site earlier this month with a range of vacancies from popular Chester businesses including The Chester Grosvenor, Corks Out and The Chef’s Table already available.
“We’ve launched this new digital hub in response to feedback from our members – particularly our independent businesses – who told us that having somewhere central to promote their latest vacancies would be really beneficial and support their recruitment efforts,” said Carl Critchlow, BID Manager at CH1ChesterBID.
“By collecting all of these jobs in one place for the very first time, we’re making it even easier for people to discover opportunities to work in Chester city centre. We’ve already got some amazing roles on the site that we’re actively promoting through a variety of channels on behalf of our members, and we’re working with all of our city centre member businesses to ensure they can utilise this new recruitment channel whenever they need to.”
CH1ChesterBID’s new jobs page can be found on the ExpereienceChester.co.uk website along with a range of city centre activity and events: Visit http://www.experiencechester.co.uk/job-vacancies-chester/ to see all the current vacancies.
For more information about CH1ChesterBID, visit http://www.ch1chesterbid.co.uk/
"By collecting all of these jobs in one place for the very first time, were making it even easier for people to discover opportunities to work in Chester city centre"
Carl Critchlow, BID Manager at CHChesterBID
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