Links to information on how to apply plus job related support information and information about what it's like working for the Council.
Information and signposting on finding a new job.
Information, advice and online facilities about schools, further education, adult learning and associated information about education in Wrexham.
Work-Life Balance policies and best practices are not just about families and childcare. Nor is it about working less. It's about striking the right balance between what you can achieve at work and at home; and being fresh enough to give your best to all areas of your life. It's necessary for us all at whatever stage in our lives.
Information on labour supply in Wrexham for businesses.
Information on recruitment and training for businesses.
Young Wrexham is for all young people aged 11 - 25 who live, work or study in Wrexham.
A4e (Action 4 Employment) is a national training provider. We work with Careers Wales and Jobcentreplus to provide young people and adults a variety of back to work training programmes. We are able to provide jobsearch activities, work placements and several vocational qualifications to the residents of Wrexham.
Providing you with careers related information and advice, including an e-portfolio, CVs, quizzes, vacancies, weblinks and much more.
Their vision is for a highly educated society in which opportunity is more equal for children and young people no matter what their background or family circumstances.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for the Government's welfare reform agenda. Its aim is to promote opportunity and independence for all. It delivers support and advice through a modern network of services to people of working age, employers, pensioners, families and children and disabled people.
Volunteering describes what people choose to do in their spare time, without pay, that benefits other people or contributes to the services or amenities within the community. If you volunteer, you have the chance to meet new people, to learn new skills, to develop new interests, and to be part of the community.
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