Romanian Media FEM – National Journalism School launches the first series of job fairs encouraging chances and gender equality within Romanian communication industry. The fairs will be organized in Bucharest, Ploiesti and Pitesti in May, June and September 2015.
Jobs’ Factory is a training and integration within the workforce platform that targets those who want to be active in the communication industry.
The official debut of the project takes place in the same time with fair’s first edition, scheduled to take place on May 28th, in Bucharest, at AFI Palace Cotroceni mall, starting 11.00 until 20.00. Next are the fairs in Pitesti and Ploiesti in Jube and again in Bucharest in September.
In each city, the fair will host at least 10 stands of niche employers which are representative for the communication industry. Each of the 4 edition of the career fairs will represent a fertile ground to organize interviews or live simulations, competitions, pre-testing for future employees and presentation workshops for companies, all for free.
Players from different domains of the communication industry will present hiring offers in areas like customer care, PR, mass media, marketing, advertising, beauty or multimedia production.
In each of the 3 cities, the fair will bring together Romanian and multi-national companies, recruiting agencies, advertising and multimedia production agencies and more. Among the companies to be present at Bucharest’s edition of the air are Euroanswer, Blue Point, Competence Call Center (CCC), Catalyst, Mystery Shopping Agency, Thomas Olivier, Urgent-Cargus, Realitatea, Depanero and Genpact.
The target public includes mainly students, women looking for a job and career opportunities and also people who want to develop their personal abilities in order to qualify or requalify for mass media work sector. The event has media partners like Cariere, DOR, Contact Center Magazine, Catalyst, Radio3Net, Educativa, psychologies.ro, Realitatea and AdHugger. The strategic partners are ASLS and ASUB.
The platform aims to consolidate the gender and chance equality principle within Romanian mass media community. The job fairs are supported by Media FEM – National Journalism School, a project aiming to fight discrimination by acknowledging equal rights, getting over cultural stereotypes and increasing women’s and vulnerable group’s inclusion.