Youth Employment Hub
The Youth Employment Hub is a new service for people aged 16 - 24.
We can help you find jobs, apprenticeships and courses.
For more information click the link below.
Roles at COVID-19 Test Centres with Sodexo
There are over 50 roles available across 11 Leicester and Leicestershire locations including Leicester Jubilee Square, Leicester Victoria Park as well as sites in Coalville, Oadby, Blaby and more.
Examples of the job roles include:
• Multi-skilled operatives
• Test Operatives
• Site Supervisors
• Site Managers
Click the link below to find out more.
Support for Job Seekers
Jobs Notice Board
View our pick of local job and apprenticeship vacancies.
Increase your chances of gaining employment, get help with CVs, applications, careers advice and more.
Events & Courses
View our event and course listings.
Support for Ex offenders
If you are an ex offender we can help you.
Click the link below to find out about inclusive employers, top tips, pre employment support services, case studies and more.
Gain confidence, learn new skills and make a difference.
Join our mailing list
Register below to receive our quarterly newsletter and to be kept up to date with our job opportunities, events and activities.
Call to Care
Are you interested in doing some short-term work in social care?
The government's #CallToCare campaign is encouraging members of the public to apply for short-term & long-term opportunities in the adult social care sector.
Find out more by clicking the link below.
Start careers site
Start is a great resource to help you identify the right career for you and to provide you with information on what you'll need to do to achieve your choice.
It's aimed at 11 - 18 year olds but useful for all ages.
icould is a website which helps draw links between school subjects and jobs.
icould uses the power of personal stories to inform and inspire young people’s career choices.
The Wheels2Work scheme offers low-cost loans for electric bikes, pedal bikes and electric scooters, so that they can be hired from the city council’s Bike Park for up to six months.
The idea is to help people who have a job, training or education to get to, but no way of getting there.