Here we post details of jobs that have been officially notified to us. Please follow the links on each linked document to follow up this information.
For everything online about job seeking, go to https://www.gov.uk/contact-jobcentre-plus
New Work Club open in Retford - every Friday at Retford Library - read more... and more...
LOCAL JOB VACANCIES
- A Place to Call Our Own - Session/Activity Worker Post - OPEN ADVERT. APTCOO is a charitable organisation working with children and young people with additional needs and their families. This is a very exciting time for APTCO. Due to the high demand on new and existing services we now need support workers to cover the North, middle and South of the Country. Read more...
- Nottinghamshire Women's Aid - Female Refuge Support Worker - CLOSING 14th November
1 x female refuge support worker (Bassetlaw) 22.5 hours per week. £22,221 per annum pro rata for part time, plus pension contribution. Read more...
- Job Opportunity at Rhubarb Farm
Rhubarb Farm in Nether Langwith wants to appoint an Employment Buddy Worker/Horticulturalist on the BUDDIES programme, supporting people with long-term issues. Read more...
Nottinghamshire Police are recruiting more officers from 25th Feb 2013.
Wheels-to-Work programme - six-month loan of a moped to help you get a job. Read more...
Free Bus Travel for Unemployed
Free bus travel is to be offered to unemployed people in an attempt to help them find work under a new scheme announced by the country's biggest bus companies. Read more (Item added 4 Jan 2013).
Voluntary opportunities - see Volunteering.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE County Council’s army of school crossing patrols helps thousands of the county’s 60,000 primary schoolchildren get safely to and from school every day. If you are over 18, in good health and want to join this team - or enrol as a relief, then read these notes (notice posted on this site on 3 October, 2012)
Volunteer Education Assistant required at Idle Valley Nature Reserve.
For latest local Voluntary and Community sector jobs, visit:
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.