Worcestershire LEP Chair, Mark Stansfeld: 30 April

First published in Worcester News 30.04.2021

As we approach the end of April, I have some exciting news to share. Working with our colleagues at Worcestershire County Council, we have launched a brand-new website to support job seekers and businesses in the county; Worcestershire Jobs.

We’ve been working on the Worcestershire Jobs website behind the scenes, and we’re delighted that it’s recently gone live for anyone who may be seeking new opportunities to work or train within the county.

Worcestershire Jobs is a useful website that collates jobs, training courses, further educational courses and apprenticeship listing across the county. Residents and those interested in working in Worcestershire can now easily search and find new opportunities all from one simple to use place.

It includes all the practical functionality of being able to filter results based on specific locations such as districts, or on keywords in industries or skill areas. This ensures that anyone can use the website to find the specific jobs or training courses which appeal to them.

Whilst finding jobs all in one place is helpful, it also pulls in training routes and apprenticeship listings, making it useful for everyone no matter what stage they are at in their career.

Businesses do not need to do anything differently to appear on the Worcestershire Jobs website and it regularly refreshes, scans and displays new opportunities that are listed across multiple job sites such as Indeed or Adzuna.

Take a look at the website and browse the many different listings.

Alongside this, I want to remind everyone, especially businesses, of the support that is available within the county as we make our way out of lockdown. Please contact Worcestershire Business Central, the county’s Growth Hub, who are on hand to help guide your business through the support available.

Contact Worcestershire Business Central today.