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It could be a while since you last had to search for a job, or you may be looking for a change of role or more flexible hours. Whatever the reason, there are a of ways to find roles to suit you. Using job search websites is a great way to find job vacancies near you.

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You can usually search for jobs by location, sector, and salary, or even narrow down your search more specifically to look for only part- or full-time jobs, or permanent or temporary contracts. There are both general job search websites and ones which focus on specific sectors, for example, listing jobs in construction or jobs in the media. Below are some examples of ones which list vacancies for specific employers. You can your CV to some job sites where employers can see it. The business-orientated social network LinkedIn allows you to create a profile, network with others in your area of interest and put your CV online.

If you decide to put your Looking for older plz on a social network or job site, remove your home address and phone s first to protect your privacy. Only include your name and address. You can talk to your local Age UK to see if they can help with access to computers. If you've never been online, many local Age UKs also run computer training classes which can teach you the basics.

You may also want to find out about local volunteering opportunities. Recruitment agencies, also known as employment agencies, can help you to find work; permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time.

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Employers will contact an agency when they are seeking candidates for a specific position. The agency will help fill that role by looking for candidates who would be a good Looking for older plz and contacting them to see if they would be interested in putting their CV forward for consideration. It is illegal for a recruitment agency to charge for helping you to find work, although they may charge for other services they offer, such as CV writing.

To register with an agency, send them your CV and a cover letter, explaining what type of job you're looking for. They will invite you to an interview and may ask you to take some tests such as IT depending on the type of work you're looking for. Jobcentre Plus, ly called job centres or labour exchanges, can help you find work. They have a large database of job vacancies called Find a Job, which you can search online or at your local Jobcentre Plus office. There are around Jobcentre Plus offices in the UK, so there should be one near you.

Your local office will have a range of information about finding work, self-employment and training. They also have trained advisors. The National Careers Service has lots of advice on careers and learning. You can also call them on freephone for free personalised careers advice and guidance. If you are a member of a union, ask if they have a Learning Representative who can guide you through your options for training or gaining new qualifications.

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Get help locally If you've never been online, many local Age UKs also run computer training classes which can teach you the basics Find out what your local Age UK has to offer. Keep an eye out in your local area for anywhere advertising for staff. Many smaller firms and shops still put up notices in their windows. If there is a particular place you would like to work locally, why not pop in, phone up, or drop off your CV with a covering letter?

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Local newspapers carry job adverts, sometimes on a particular day of the week. Your local council should also have a vacancies section on their website, and this will be a good source of local job opportunities. More help See our build up your skills and volunteering section for more ideas. If the agency successfully helps to fill the post, they will get a payment from the employer.

You should let them know: if you want to work full- or part-time your preferred location minimum salary any other preferences. Further help Use the Jobcentre Plus website to find your local branch. Some local Age UKs run projects to help people get into work, or else they can direct you to nearby help I'd like to find: Support near me Charity shops. Errors Please select a search type Please enter a valid postcode. Become part of our story Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram.

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