At Nottingham City Homes, we manage around 27,000 homes in the city of Nottingham. Our vision is to create homes and places where people want to live.
We’re an arms’ length management organisation (ALMO) of Nottingham City Council – that means that the council owns the homes, and we manage them on its behalf, under the governance of a Board made up of councillors, tenants and leaseholders, and independent and co-opted members.
Were commited to helping our residents who are looking for work, to find work. We offer a variety of opportunities to help tenants and residents find a job. This includes practical support such as CV writing and interview skills, training opportunities and work experience through a variety of projects and pathways.
We’re joining Nottingham City Council and partners across the region to deliver a new programme called Way2Work.
If you live in Nottingham and want to return to work or training after a long time out, we can help. We offer a range of support services to help address the challenges you may be facing in finding work, including;
- help with CV writing
- applying for jobs
- support with completing application forms
- signposting to job opportunities
- advice on the local training options and courses that are available
- life-skills support such as financial advice
The programme is specifically aimed at unemployed people who face multiple barriers to work including those without basic maths and language skills, single adult families, people from BAME communities, the over 50's, and people with disabilities or health conditions which have a long-term and significant impact on their daily lives.
If you would like some support, please register with us on the link below.
The Way2Work Project is part-funded by the European Union through the European Social Fund (ESF).