Local employers, your District needs you

Edition: Winter 2020/2021

All our employment programmes need support from employers.

Journey to Work

The Council asks local employers to engage with us to provide work-related and employability opportunities, so let us know about your:

  • job vacancies
  • apprenticeships
  • Kickstart placements
  • voluntary or work experience vacancies
  • coaching or mentoring opportunities

If you are looking to recruit in the coming year, please get in touch and we will promote your opportunities through our various initiatives and  help you find new employees.

The Council continues to offer a range of employment support packages for any of the District’s residents who need it. Journey to Work and WISH clubs continue to operate (in the  main virtually).

We are also planning Job and Apprenticeship Fairs from early 2021.

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