Featured jobs and finding local vacancies

If you're looking for employment there are a number of ways that you can search for local jobs and opportunities to help you start or develop your career, and we have listed just a few of the options available to help you get started.  

Featured jobs

The following list features some employer career websites that are currently advertising local job opportunities:

Choose a career in Care and Support with iCare Careers

Working in partnership with Swindon Borough Council, iCare Careers aims to attract applicants to the Care Sector, to help those at a career crossroads and support those who are considering the apprenticeship route into Health and Social Care. For applicants seeking part time hours, the Care Sector offers a variety of shifts, with rotational weekend working and excellent rates of pay. Full training is provided in order to deliver the very best levels of care to adults with a range of complex disabilities. The hours of work can be flexible and will help meet your home/work life balance. To find out more, go to iCare Careers

Online resources

There are a number of job search website that you can use to look for vacancies, or you might want to contact a local recruitment agency to help you with your job search. Here are a few options that you might find a useful starting point:

If you are looking for employment you may also find the Getting into employment page helpful, with useful tips and information on how to start your job search, set up your own business, apply for jobs and prepare for interviews.

Featured opportunities and local support

Starting Point

Starting Point provide mentoring and help create opportunities for young people aged 15-25 to help them get into education, employment and training. The Starting Point flyer gives an overview of the support they can offer. You can contact them to make a referral or by completing the Starting Point referral form.

Swindon Libraries Job Club

Job seeker and Universal Credit Support sessions run at Central Library every Friday from 10am - 1pm. We can help you to set up an email account, search and apply for jobs online, create a CV and access your Universal Credit journal.

Whilst booking is not strictly necessary and you can drop in, it is advised due to limited availability by telephoning Central Library on 01793 463238 during opening hours.

The Libraries Job Club poster give an overview of the support available.

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