Since its launch in April, the Worcestershire Jobs website has had more than 1,000 application clicks made.
Worcestershire Jobs is a new website that collates job opportunities, apprenticeships, and training routes across the county, into one easy to use location.
The website pulls these listings from popular job search sites such as Adzuna, as well as recognising and displaying roles from Worcestershire-based companies. Local businesses do not need to enquiry about listing their vacancies through the website, as the website itself searches and lists all the job, training and apprenticeship options located within Worcestershire.
The website was developed by Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership and Worcestershire County Council to help with the recovery from the COVID pandemic.
Gary Woodman, Chief Executive of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership said: “It’s great to see that this website has been successful so far. It is a fantastic resource for people of all ages and in all stages of their career who are looking for the next move. I’m excited to see how Worcestershire Jobs continues to grow and the successes we see over the coming months, and years.”
Paula Furnival, Director of People at Worcestershire County Council, said: “I’m so pleased that applicants across Worcestershire have been able to utilise the new website, finding it useful to apply for jobs and training opportunities. I hope it continues to thrive and that more people can use this great resource to find and apply for work, training and apprenticeship options in Worcestershire.”