The county council is encouraging people looking for a new challenge to come along to a recruitment event which is showcasing a variety of full and part-time posts.
The event is on Friday, 10th May at County Hall, Glenfield LE3 8RA (11am-6.30pm) and will outline various roles in highways, transport and waste management.
The council is looking for people to take up local and county-wide positions, including highways' operatives, school crossing patrols, drivers and waste site advisors, with the event also providing information on apprenticeships and graduate schemes.
On the day, visitors will get the chance to talk to staff already doing the jobs, ask questions and get a real feel for the roles. There will be people on hand to help with the application process and applicants will also get the opportunity to be interviewed for some of the vacancies.
Michael Weston, a waste management technician, said: “I assist in the management and operation of the 14 recycling and household waste sites.
The role I'm in brings new challenges and experiences which will help me to further progress my chosen career.Person:Michael Weston, waste management technician
Blake Pain, county council cabinet member for environment and transport, said: “Our highways, transport and waste management teams play a huge role in the work being done.
We're always looking to recruit dedicated and enthusiastic people who want to develop a career with the council.Person:Blake Pain, county council cabinet member for environment and transport
Anyone planning on attending the recruitment day should report to main reception on arrival, with last entry at 6pm.
For more information about the event, or to register your interest, call 0116 305 7723, send an email to ETDcentraladmin@leics.gov.uk or visit www.leicestershire.gov.uk/EandTjobs .