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Cobalt Jobs Fair

Cobalt 23


This year’s Cobalt Jobs Fair takes place on Thursday 21 September and will showcase the various opportunities available at the park.


Cobalt Park features major employers such as Utilitywise, Accenture, Santander Geoban, EE, Leeds Building Society, P&G, Newcastle Building Society, Northumbria Police, Engie, NHS, Perfect Image, DXC Technology and DWP.


Information and recruitment for a range of vacancies within IT, finance, sales, customer service and public sector will be available.  There will be entry-level roles and senior positions on offer, as well as apprenticeship, graduate and training opportunities.


The jobs fair will take place between 11am and 3pm at building Cobalt 23 and is organised by North Tyneside Council in partnership with Cobalt Park and sponsored by Utilitywise.


Last year’s jobs fair attracted over 1,600 people who travelled from all over the region to attend.


Cobalt Park has a strong community feel and offers a range of facilities, including coffee shops, gym, bar, Greggs and Tesco.  In addition, everyone working at Cobalt can exclusively access the MORE Card which provides fantastic money saving offers across the region.


For more information about the jobs fair please visit, telephone 0191 643 2288 or email

Event Details

Cobalt 23
Cobalt Business Park
NE28 9EJ


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