Get help looking for a job
Looking for a job can be a daunting task, but we may be able to help.
There are a few important things to think about to help you narrow your search:
- What type of job suits your skills and experience
- Work location
- Hours of work
We have included some helpful links and information to help you start your search.
Rushmoor Employment and Skills Zone
The Rushmoor Employment and Skills Zone (RESZ) brings together the expertise of local employment and training organisations. It offers tailor-made support to local people to help them develop the right skills and confidence to access job and personal development opportunities.
The Rushmoor Employment Skills Zone - October 2016 to March 2017 [4Mb] brings together a wide range of courses and development opportunities from a variety of organisations and covers from October 2016 to March 2017.
For details about the Rushmoor Employment and Skills Zone, contact Jackie Sutherland on 01420 602609 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
We advertise all our vacancies on the Hampshire Jobs website. Other local government vacancies available across Hampshire are also advertised here.
The GOV.UK - Finding a job website offers information and advice on looking for work as well as guidance on benefits and help that you may be entitled to while you are looking for a job.
National Careers Service
The National Careers Service offers personalised advise for anyone looking to choose or change their career.
Starting your own business or social enterprise
Help and information to get your business ideas off the ground
GOV.UK - business and self-employed is the government's online resource for businesses. It contains information about starting up and running a business in the UK, including help if you're self employed or a sole trader.
Enterprise First is based in Aldershot and provides free, impartial advice, information and support to start-ups, new and existing businesses.
Information on social enterprises
Social Enterprise UK will help you find organisations providing advice, funding and investment for social enterprises.
While you are looking for a job, there are other ways that you can get experience, for example volunteering.
For more information about volunteering opportunities in the area, visit our Volunteering pages.
Apprenticeships are an excellent way of getting qualifications and workplace experience. As an employee, you can earn as you learn, and you get practical skills from the workplace. For apprenticeship vacancies and answers to your questions visit the National Apprenticeship Service website.
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