Unemployed residents given help to apply for 900 jobs in Tesco Rainham

15:09 19 March 2012

Fairy Tales Playgroup, which meets at Rainham Library, has been rated "good" by Ofsted

Fairy Tales Playgroup, which meets at Rainham Library, has been rated "good" by Ofsted

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Unemployed residents have the chance to find out how to apply to one of 900 new jobs in Rainham on Wednesday.

The new Tesco centre will be taking on the new staff at a food distribution centre at Beam Reach.

Sessions will be hosted by Jobcentre Plus and Havering College in partnership with Havering Council.

The first will be at Rainham Library, the Broadway, on Wednesday (March 21) at 10am, 11am and midday.

More sessions will be held at the same times at Rainham Library on Friday March 30.

Similar sessions will be held at the St George’s Centre, Chippenham Road, Harold Hill on Wednesday March 28 and Thursday April 5 at 10am, 11am and midday.

Booking at the sessions is essential. Call 01708 433 393 for more information.

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