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Tarmac showcases career opportunities

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On the 17 – 19 November Tarmac showcased its career opportunities at the 2016 Skills Show hosted at the NEC in Birmingham.

Tarmac’s stand has been developed by a group of current graduates with the intention to engage with people who are looking for a career in a forward-thinking company. The stand is hoping to explain the breadth of roles available both in the construction industry and at Tarmac, whether an apprentice or graduate scheme; operational or office based role.

Scott Patterson, operations management graduate at Tarmac, said: “The Skills Show is a great opportunity for us to have face to face interaction with people looking to join the company. I’ve been able to speak to people at the show about my experiences while on the graduate scheme and let others know about the huge amount of support I’ve received to be able to develop my professional and personal skills.”

Gurdeep Kalsi, a finance graduate at Tarmac, said: “Being able to demonstrate the range of opportunities at Tarmac at such a popular event is fantastic. Working as a finance graduate has provided me with a great overview of the company and, by allowing me to rotate around different parts of the company, has given me the chance to build my knowledge, as well as develop my people and project management skills. Being able to share that with everyone here is a great chance to showcase the support I’ve had with my career at Tarmac.”

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