JOBHUNTERS will have the chance to hear from a range of employers in Alloa next month.

Keith Brown MSP is bringing back his annual Employment Fair to Alloa Town Hall on Friday, February 3, from 10am to 2pm.

The event is returning for the first time since Covid with a range of employers set to come along with prospective jobs, training and apprenticeship opportunities.

MSP Brown, representative for Clackmannanshire and Dunblane, said: "If your hopes for 2023 include a first job, a new job, or a return to employment, then you may be interested in an Employment Fair I am hosting in Alloa Town Hall on Friday, February 3, between 10am and 2pm.

"From Asda to Tillicoultry Quarries and Clackmannanshire Council to the prison service, we have a great range of prospective employers coming along from both the private sector and the public sector.

"When I have hosted these events in the past, they have proved to be really popular and successful with thousands of people attending over the years.

"I am really grateful to all of the employers who are attending so come along and talk to them about the jobs, training and apprenticeship opportunities they have on offer."

Employers confirmed to attend also include Stirling Council, Graham's, CTSI, Scottish Autism, NHS Forth Valley, Police Scotland, Ceteris, the University of Stirling, Enable Scotland, McGill's Social Security Scotland and more.

More can be expected to be confirmed – the fair in 2019 saw some 40 companies and organisations attend with a wide variety of opportunities for Wee County jobseekers.