Work Search Support
These pages aim to provide help and support with finding work or making that next career move. The emphasis being on local but today much of this support is found online.
Do you need help with your digital skills? Try Adult Ed or ask at your local library.
Development in Hoyland and out around Junction 36 is increasing local job opportunities.
Can I get help with finding work?
Yes - Because in today's labour markets you have to use all your employability skills to find the job you want. To help you maximise your opportunities and choices we've signposted the support that's available locally and online.
This website provides lots of information and advice on looking for work (use the links opposite to explore even more). They provided information on CV's with examples to download. Advice on completing application forms along with pointers on how to sell yourself at interview.s We also tell you about what employers look for and getting feedback from employers to help you with the next interview if needed.
Is it All Online?
No - you can get help locally at a local work club or through the Job Centre Plus. Advisors should offer employment advice and support you to maximise your employability with help in;
- Looking for work
- Prepare your CV
- Complete an application form
- Prepare for an interview
- Getting feedback from employers
- What employers look for
Local employment agencies also offer support with finding work, but you may need to register with thems.
Whilst young people can get help through school or TIAG on 01226 775270, along with the Youth Service.