Recruitment Open Day 23 February 2017 - now fully booked

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Love working with people in a highly rewarding customer-driven environment? If so, Houses of Parliament would like to meet you at our Recruitment Open Day on Thursday 23 February 2017.

There are positions to suit everyone at Parliament. Members of staff will be available to talk to you about current and future opportunities and advise you about applying for jobs through the Parliament website.

Tickets are free but places are limited so you will need to book a ticket in advance.

Recruitment Open Day schedule

  • Date: Thursday 23 February 2017
  • Entry time: Between 4pm and 6.40pm (timed ticket entry)
  • Venue: Westminster Hall, Houses of Parliament

Some of the customer-focused jobs you can find out about include:

  • Visitor Assistant
  • Retail Assistant 
  • Barista  
  • Chef
  • Committee Assistant
  • Waiter/Waitress
  • Doorkeeper
  • Education Assistant
  • Reception and Facilities Coordinator 
  • Enquiry Executive
  • Bookings and Marketing Assistant
  • Security Officer

You will also be able to find out about a wide range of other parliamentary careers and meet representatives from Parliament’s award winning Workplace Equality Networks and the Recruitment and Diversity and Inclusion teams.

During the open day you can opt to join one of the short talks by our Visitor Assistants about the fascinating history of 900 year old Westminster Hall .

How to book your place at the Recruitment Open Day

As places are limited, tickets must be booked in advance. You can do this by calling our Bookings Team on 020 7219 4114 (Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm). Alternatively, you can request a ticket via email.

If you would like to find out more on the day, the Bookings Team will be happy to assist.

There is no need for you to bring your CV to the Recruitment Open Day.

Current vacancies at Parliament

Even if you cannot attend the Recruitment Open Day there are always exciting roles that you can apply for at Parliament.

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