New jobs page on Westside BID website to help businesses with vacancies

Westside BID has launched a new jobs page on its website to help businesses with vacancies to find the right people who are looking for work. The web page – which can be accessed here https://westsidebid.co.uk/westside-jobs/ – is already hosting details about several jobs available across Westside. They include:

  • Stage door receptionist at the Birmingham REP Theatre
  • Kitchen assistants x2 at the i-Krave Chinese takeaway in Broadway Plaza
  • Night auditor at Switch Hospitality Management, which looks after the Park Regis Birmingham hotel and St Martin’s Place apartments
  • Information assistant at the IKON Gallery.

Luisa Huggins, media and communications manager at Westside BID, said: “As our members start to emerge from lockdown, we are determined to do everything we can to help.

“By launching a dedicated jobs page on the BID’s website, along with targeted social media activity, we hope to increase the number of job applications.”

Any business with jobs to fill on Westside can advertise their vacancies free of charge by emailing luisa.huggins@westsidebid.co.uk.

By Steve Dyson

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