PEOPLE looking for the ideal vacancy or thinking of moving jobs are invited to an event which will present plenty of opportunities.

The Salisbury Journal Autumn Job Fair is being held today at the Guildhall, Salisbury until 3pm.

The fair is a great chance to learn more about the qualifications and skills needed to secure roles in a wide range of job sectors, including care, engineering, health, logistics, transport, finance and a whole lot more.

This free-to-enter event is suitable for candidates looking for full- or part-time vacancies, permanent or temporary, as well as voluntary positions, apprenticeships, courses or for people simply needing career advice.

There will be a mix of exhibitors at the event who will be able to offer a variety of jobs to suit all types of skilled/unskilled candidates looking for full or part-time vacancies, permanent or temporary – as well as voluntary, apprenticeships, courses and career advice or simply looking for a career change.

Jayne Ayres, who has come along to the job fair today, said she was a little bit scared about coming to the event but has found it "really helpful and informative". 

She says she is now considering a complete change in her career and that the job fair has given a "boost" to her confidence.

The event is sponsored by Home Bargains.

Among those attending the job fair are Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, NursePlus, Mears Care Ltd, the Army, Thera South West, Glenside Healthcare, Meridian Business Support, James Hay Partnership, Simply Health, Wiltshire College, Go Southcoast, FNTC Training and consultancy, Center Parcs, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue and