Clark Contracts to hold Paisley and Edinburgh career events

Clark Contracts is holding its annual careers evenings in Paisley and Edinburgh on Tuesday 20th and Thursday 22nd March 2018 respectively.

The contractor, included in the Sunday Times Best Companies to work for list for 2018, is offering 12 - 15 apprenticeships and traineeships for various trades, quantity surveying, contracts/site management, finance, administration, marketing, recruitment and HR.

The west event is being held on Tuesday 20th March from 5.30pm – 7.30pm at Clark Contracts’ Head Office, 23 McFarlane Street, Paisley, PA3 1RY. Those interested in attending must email stating which discipline they are interested in before being allocated a time slot.

The east event is being held on Thursday 22nd March from 3.30pm – 6.00pm at Edinburgh College’s Granton Campus. Those interested in attending the east event should email stating which discipline they are interested in before being allocated a time slot.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with the company’s Academy Manager, Recruitment Team and current employees to find out more about careers at Clark Contracts and how they can progress through the company’s highly successful Academy.

The company’s partners from Glasgow Caledonian University, Edinburgh College, West College Scotland, the City of Glasgow College and the Construction Industry Training Board will also be in attendance.

As an Investors in Young People Gold Accredited employer, Clark Contracts is committed to ensuring new talent is recruited into the business and industry as a whole.

Gordon Cunningham, managing director, Clark Contracts, said: “Our careers evenings are an important part of our year with over 200 people attending in 2017. Having been awarded the Training Excellence award at the UK Construction News Awards in 2017, we are committed to people in the local community who want to forge a career in the construction industry. We very much look forward to meeting many of them on in March.”

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