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Finding a job - useful websites

Below are some websites that can help in finding a job.

Information about Jobcentre Plus programmes and services on the DirectGov website.​

Jobsgopublic has jobs within the public and not for profit sectors across the UK. ​

Job search site provided by Direct Gov.​

The jobs pages of neighbouring borough of Bromley.​

Jobs website of our neighbouring borough of Croydon.​

Jobs pages of our neighbouring borough of Greenwich.​

Jobs pages of our neighbouring borough of Lambeth.​

Jobs website of our neighbouring borough of Southwark.​

Large jobs website with lots of advice on careers.​

NHS Jobs has vacancies from National Health Service employers across England and Wales.​

One of the UK's biggest job sites.​

This website tells you what you need to know about working for your local council. It also links to job vacancies.​

Public sector careers advertises council jobs and vacancies at a local and national level.​

Local government needs high calibre people on board at a senior level. The Programme provides trainees with a base of skills, experience and the opportunity for personal growth through a series of structured placements and national events.​

Website powered by recent graduates who have done the legwork in their own quest to finding employment. ​

All the information you need to have a career in social care or as a social worker.​

The latest student jobs, part time jobs, temporary jobs, internships and graduate jobs and the best deals for students.​

Section on the website about how to be come a firefighter and current vacancies.​

Jobs in Bexley, Bromley, Dartford, Gravesend, Greenwich and Lewisham.​

Government funded website that can give you advice on learning and re-training to help you move forward in your work and life.​

Jobs organised by borough.​
Vacancies and expert career advice.​
Web, digital, e-commerce, marketing, online jobs and careers advice.​

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