Finding a Job

Job Club Information
 

Attleborough     -    Run by Breckland Council at the Attleborough Library every Wednesday from 10.30-12.30

Swaffham          -    Run by the Iceni Partnership at the Swaffham Community Centre every Wednesday from 9am-12.00

Watton               -    Run by the Access Community Trust at the Wayland Partnership every Friday from 10am-3pm

Dereham            -    Run by Love Dereham at the Baptist Church every Tuesday from 9.00 - 11.30

Thetford            -    Run by Access Community Trust at The Crossing on a Thursday from 10am-2pm

                           -    Run by Clarion Housing at the Keystone Innovation Centre every Tuesday from   1pm-4pm

Jobcentre Plus

As part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Jobcentre Plus provides help for individuals to find jobs, information about benefits to people of working age, training and how to apply for a job.  For employers, Jobcentre Plus provides information on placing a vacancy and what services are available to them.

In some areas, Jobcentre Plus offers a fully integrated work and benefits service and can provide active help from personal advisers to find work to meet individual needs and an efficient and effective service for everyone who needs help.

If you are looking for a job then Jobcentre Plus now use the GOV.UK - Find a Job match service which allows you to search for full or part-time jobs.

To find your local Job Centre please visit their website

The National Careers Service

The National Careers Service can help you with your career, learning and training choices. Find out more about the different ways we can support you. This service is available to people who live in England. 

 Visit the National Careers Service to find out how they can support you 

Shaw Trust

The Shaw Trust offers support for young people and adults with a disability, working in partnership with the DWP to offer training and work opportunities. 

For more information please visit the Shaw Trust.

GOV.UK - Sector-Based Work Academies

The Government introduced sector-based work academies to help those who are ready for work and receiving benefits to secure employment. They are designed to help meet immediate and future recruitment needs as well as to recruit a workforce with the right skills to sustain and grow your business. A sector-based work academy can last up to six weeks and has three key components:

  • Pre-employment training - relevant to the needs of your business and sector
  • A work experience placement - of great benefit to both the individual and a business
  • A guaranteed job interview

The key feature of sector-based work academies is that they offer a flexible approach and can be adapted to meet the needs of your business.

For further information visit GOV.UK Sector Based Work Academies 

Jobseekers Allowance and Low Income Benefits

If you are of working age but out of work, there may be benefits you are entitled to.

For further details visit GOV.UK Benefits

Direct Gov also offer additional support by visiting GOV.UK - Find a Job

Last updated: 31/12/2020 09:48:03