Information on where to look for jobs and how to succeed at interviews.
Knowing where to search for a job can be difficult, so we've suggested some places to start below.
Job Centre Plus
Jobs Go Public
Our vacancies are advertised on Jobs Go Public, along with many other public sector roles and opportunities across Hampshire.
Hampshire County Council offers a wide range of full and part time jobs with offices in many locations across Hampshire. To search for jobs visit the Hampshire County Council careers website.
You can find information on a wide range of recruitment agencies and you can search by sector and location to find the right one for you. To search for an agency visit the Agency Central website.
Many employers and recruitment agencies use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to advertise jobs. Job Centre Plus have put together some information and advice about how to get the best out of your social media.
North Hampshire jobs hour on Twitter
Every Thursday from 11am to midday, Job Centre Plus showcase jobs and training opportunities for the Rushmoor, Hart and Basingstoke areas. You can join using the #NHantsJobs.
Rushmoor Employment Skills Zone (RESZ)
We are producing a regular bulletins with information on jobs, training and much more. You can subscribe to our mailing list and receive these bulletins directly, by using the contact details below.
Preparing for an interview
An interview is your chance to demonstrate your skills to a potential employer and its important to make a good impression. Below are some links to resources and websites that can help you prepare.
National Careers Service
Provides information on the different types of interviews, example interview questions and tips on how to make a good impression. For more information visit the National Careers Service website.
Prospects is a careers website aimed at students, however it has a range of useful tips and videos about interviews that are great for anyone at any stage of their career. For more information visit the Prospects website.
More interviews are taking place over video. Reed have produced some top tips for video interviews.
STAR interview technique
The STAR interview technique is a great way to help you think about how you answer questions. Most interviews will have some competency or behavioural questions and these can seem tricky to answer, following the STAR technique will help you feel more prepared and confident.
Indeed.com have resources on how to use this technique along with other helpful articles. To find out more visit the Indeed website.
If you would like one on one help looking for work and preparing for interviews, there are organisations that can support you in finding a job.