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Looking for work, training or employment support? Nottingham Jobs can help.

If you’re unemployed, on benefits, looking for a first job, returning to work or changing careers, we can give you the right advice and support to get work-ready and find employment:

  • The latest local job vacancies
  • Support and training when you’re looking for work
  • Recruitment activities which can lead to guaranteed interviews
  • Job fairs and activities in your community
  • Employability skills and training
  • Advice about redundancy or returning to work

Register with Nottingham Jobs

To receive personalised, one-to-one advice about work or training, register with us and create a free personal profile.

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Training

Nottingham Jobs and partners run community training courses which are designed for job seekers of all ages and abilities.

Choose from maths, English, I.T. or ESOL courses, all free of charge* and delivered in venues close to where you live.

*we’ll let you know if eligibility criteria apply.

 

Skills

Our confidence building, digital and parenting skills sessions can support you to gain life skills.

Nottingham Jobs and our partners also offer work academies where you can learn about a job you’re interested in, gain work experience skills and have a guaranteed job interview.

Support

If you are unsure what job might be right for you, or there’s something stopping you from applying for jobs, we can offer one-to-one support to help you take the next step towards work.

Thinking about self-employment or starting your own business? We can connect you to local partners who will help you to realise the potential of your business idea.

Job Searching

Nottingham Jobs work with local employers to find suitable jobs for people of all ages. 

We’ll support you to look at your employment experience, transferable skills and other commitments to find a job you can enjoy and which fits into your lifestyle.

Our projects

The Nottingham Jobs service runs a number of employability projects to support people of all ages in the local region. 

When you contact us, we’ll work with you to understand your needs and find the right support for you. 

Our funding partners

Nottingham Works 4 You, Way2Work, Back2Work, Skills Access Hub and Pathways to Health & Social Care are part-funded by the European Union through the European Social Fund.

 

Community and Family Learning is part-funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency.

 

 

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