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Careers event for school leavers and graduates

02 August 2022

​The Jersey Employer Group (JEG) and Skills Jersey have worked together to create a careers event in support of Islanders who may be seeking their first job, looking for training experiences, or interested in the current and future opportunities available on the Island. 

Employers across a range of different industries, along with recent school leavers and graduates working in the industry, will be available to talk to on the day.

Over 17 organisations will be attending, including:

  • BCR Law
  • BDO / C5 Alliance
  • Ernst & Young
  • Government of Jersey – Education Reform
  • Government of Jersey – Strategic policy, planning and performance
  • Government of Jersey – Office of the Chief Executive
  • Highlands College
  • Jersey Financial Services Commission
  • Jersey Hospitality
  • JT
  • JTC
  • KPMG
  • Ogier
  • Ports of Jersey
  • PwC
  • RBC
  • RBSI
  • Sanne Group
  • Seymour Hotels
  • Skills Jersey career guidance team

Co-Chair of JEG, David Bailey, said “The Jersey Employers Group’s key aim is to facilitate the continuous development of skills in Jersey to ensure there are strong long-term career opportunities on Island. 

“This event provides a great place for people and businesses to engage directly and understand what opportunities are available and what people are looking for in a career.”

Head of Service for Skills Jersey, Stuart Penn, said: “We are very pleased to be working closely with JEG to bring such a fantastic event to our young Islanders. 

“We hope that students are able to join us and take the opportunity to speak to a variety of businesses and the young people who work for those businesses; this will help students get an insight into career paths on-Island, along with current and future opportunities available to them.”

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