Get Hired hopefuls are ready for work
MICHAEL CONNORS is one of a group of job-seekers The Herald is following as part of the Get Hired campaign.
The group includes Marty Jackson, from Lower Compton, who has experience working in a food processing plant hopes for anything in that sector – but any job would be welcome.
It's the same for John Heslop, a former TV repairman from Stonehouse, who is keen to hear from anyone who can help.
Meanwhile, Stella Murray, from North Prospect, is determined to return to employment.
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Daniel Hale, from Whitleigh, has GCSEs and qualifications in catering and IT, but has been jobless for five years.
Adrian Ward, from Higher Compton, has GCSEs, NVQs, IT and business qualifications and has held admin and office jobs before.
Marc Du feu, from Stonehouse, has been brushing up on his maths and English skills, because he is so keen to get back into employment after years in work.
And Rachel Cox, from Ivybridge, is looking for a job that will give her experience until her university course starts.
All these job-seekers are hoping to follow those who have found work after appearing in Get Hired.
Andy Frood found work at the Money Group call centre in Honicknowle.
Liane Cvetanovic started a clothing business.
Luke Male was offered a job by New View Windows, in Saltash.
Paul Farley is helping deliver a qualification in dance, music and media at Torpoint Community College.
Robert Davies found a part-time paid job at the Pluss bed-making factory in Honicknowle. And Keira Robinson started a forensic science course.
If you are an employer who can help any of our hopefuls contact William Telford on 01752 765529 or firstname.lastname@example.org