Guildford Town Centre hosts Job Fair on June 27 – hiring hundreds

Participating employers looking to fill 750 permanent positions.

Guildford Town Centre is hosting a Job Fair that will include an array of participants searching to fill nearly 750 permanent positions.

Guildford Town Centre is hosting a Job Fair on Thursday, June 27 in anticipation of the opening of its expansion on Aug. 28.

The Job Fair will include an array of participants searching to fill nearly 750 permanent positions resulting from the shopping centre’s expansion and redevelopment. Retailers include: H&M, SEPHORA, Forever 21, CIBC, Red Robin, Guildford Town Centre Customer Service, Le Chateau, Ardene, Eccotique Day Spa and Zennkai Salon, Hudson’s Bay, Blue Ruby, Boathouse, Garage, Dynamite, Costa Blanca, LIDS, Kiehl’s Since 1851, Old Navy, Fossil, GUESS, Ricki’s, La Vie en Rose, Edo Japan, Reid Jewellers, Virgin Mobile, Jersey City, Bootlegger, Bentley, GAP, Stitches, Disney Store, Jack & Jones, Reitmans, Simply Grill, Fairweather, Mexx and A&W. Organizations such as Concord Security will also be participating.

The Job Fair is open to job seekers looking for part-time, full-time, entry-level, or managerial positions. Candidates are encouraged to bring several résumés and note that some retailers will hold interviews on the spot. The Job Fair is expected to attract a number of young people, many of them seeking their first job experience.

The Job Fair event takes place June 27 from 2-8 p.m. at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel, 15269 104 Ave. (located one block from Guildford Town Centre)

Guildford Town Centre is a  regional shopping centre centrally located in Surrey, the fastest-growing city in Metro Vancouver and western Canada. The shopping centre is currently undergoing a refurbishment of the existing shopping centre, and expanding by an additional 213,500 square feet to accommodate a 1,034-seat food court and 70 stores.


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