BBO (Building Better Opportunities)
WorkingWin Good Work Towards Work Way2Work
Here we post local job opportunities plus a range of support service (see above) aimed at people either looking for work or needing support when at work.
BCVS has a Head of Marketing and Communications job opportunity and also Food Insecurity Network Coordinator - click here for details...
A range of online events through to early February - click on each for larger views:
For latest unemployment figures provided by Nomis (Office for National Statistics) to Bassetlaw District Council, click here...
Well For Work is an ESF funded programme that aims to support individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds that are facing physical, mental and/or financial barriers preventing them from getting into work and to overcome those barriers whilst feeling confident moving forward.
Click on poster to view the 7-page presentation.
To be eligible for Futures for You, individuals need to have been out of work for between 12 and 18 months. All referrals via Jobcentre Plus.
To view the 10-page presentation, click on the + symbol.
You may also find Enableís services and offerings of courses, apprenticeships and much more worth exploring so click here...
BCVS also hosts a wide range of jobs across the voluntary sector - click on their logo for more...
Good Work and Towards Work provide support for individuals into employment, education and training through a personalised journey towards work.
For details, click on the links at the top of this page.
Check out our Apprenticeships page for latest opportunities.
For everything online about job seeking including searching for employment opportunities, go to https://www.gov.uk/contact-jobcentre-plus
Not a native speaker of English? For expert tuition see North Nottinghamshire College (Worksop) here...
Check out Nottinghamshire County Councilís current list of job vacancies.
Voluntary opportunities - see Volunteering.
For latest local Voluntary and Community sector jobs, visit www.bcvs.org.uk
National Careers Service Website
The National Careers Service website offers advice on the following: dealing with redundancy; advice for those aged 13-19; returning to work after having children; being an older worker; dealing with a criminal record; returning to work from long-term sickness/injury; working overseas; studying if you have a disability; and much more. Natalie, our Communications Apprentice, spent some time completing the Skills Health Check tools and found them very useful, accessible and easy to use.