LOOKING for a change of career?

The Argus jobs fair might be able to help you.

This Thursday, the fair is bringing together 20 different employers to help you find the career that is right for you.

The event take place at the Brighton Dome and doors open at 11am.

Visitor will have the chance to speak to employers and find out what roles they have to offer.

It runs until 4pm.

Job seekers will have a range of potential employers to choose from, from the Army to Sussex colleges including Plumpton and Hove.

At the event, the National Careers Service will be running workshops on how to write a CV that will help you land your ideal job.

Staff from the service will also be teaching interview skills to help you fine-tune your technique for when you reach that final phase of the employment process.

This is the second Argus jobs fair of the year.

In April, we held a highly successful event, also at the Dome.

It was met with joy from employers, who reaped the benefits of what we put on offer.

Phoebe Cox, of Parker Steel, said: “We were having a recruitment drive at Parker Steel so we decided to book a stand at the Argus Job Fair in April.

“The event was a massive success and we even recruited a couple of people on the day.

“We will definitely use The Argus jobs fair again.”

Ellie Hazelton, who works at the McDonald’s restaurant in Shoreham, was as delighted as Ms Cox.

She said: “We took a stand at the Argus jobs fair and my recruitment email folder has never been so full.”

The fair is sponsored by Sussex NHS Foundation Trust, the Chailey Heritage Foundation and WPM Education and Software.

Tina Daniels, event sales manager at The Argus, said: “The employers and training providers present are always really welcoming to job seekers – whether you want to drive tanks for the Army or talk to Legal & General about one of its roles, there is hopefully something for everyone.

“You can hand a copy of your CV straight to the employer at the event and talk about how your skills and experience can meet their needs.

“There is also an opportunity to benefit from the free careers advice and training provided by the National Careers Service who will be running workshops at the fair.

“All are welcome and we look forward to seeing you on the day.”