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Adzuna is a UK based company listing over a million job vacancies found on thousands of different websites, helping you to save time when jobseeking. Unique tools like ValueMyCV help users to craft CVs that get noticed.
THE ARK JOB CLUB NG4 A place for FREE support, advice and guidance.Open to Everyone CV Writing Interview Techniques Job Applications Build Confidence Job Search Basic Computer Skills Benefit Advice Ongoing Support Every Friday 1.00pm - 3.00pmStarting 16th October 2020The…
We are now the LEAD ORGANISATION for NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL AREA-BASED GRANT for AREA 2, Bestwood and Basford wards of Nottingham City. Together with our partners, we provide services to the community, for young people and to help people, especially those 30 and over, into training…
0115 9755758 for Donna (Employment and Training), Nicola (under-30s Employment), or Gary (Organisation & Management) 0115 9752606 for Michelle or Gary (Community Services)
Disability Jobsite assists people with a disability to participate actively in employment and plays a critical role in supporting people with a disability on the pathway to work. The jobsite does this through an online interface, specifically designed to deliver "barrier-free" e-recruitment.
Come and attend Gedling Homes weekly Work Club at the St Georges Centre in Netherfield. This is open to anyone and meets on a Monday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm, upstairs in the IT Room on the first floor. An accessible lift is available. We can…
0115 905 1515
The Inspire and Achieve Foundation (IAF) helps disadvantaged 16-26 year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) overcome barriers, find their motivation and progress into employment or education. Our Youth Workers use a combination of outreach and mentoring to affect positive change in young people’s…
Remploy are disability employment specialists. The website provides access to advice, guidance, support and tools to help you prepare for and find work.
0300 456 8110
Information for people with an autism spectrum disorder who are looking for work. (If you are unable to open this document, please contact the NAS Information Centre on 0845 070 4004 who can email a copy to you.)
Work clubs are open to anyone who is unemployed and looking for work or training. Delivered in partnership with trained employment advisors from local organisations, drop in for help with your CV, interview skills, job searching and finding the right training or apprenticeship. ON HOLD AT…
0115 915 2802
The work clubs are open to anyone who is unemployed and looking for work or training. Delivered in partnership with trained employment advisors from local organisations, drop in for help with your CV, interview skills, job searching and finding the right job or apprenticeship. ON HOLD…
0115 915 2855