The information on this page is designed to help you find a job.
This page contains links to information on how to apply plus job related support information and information about what it's like working for the Council.
The information provided is a brief description of most common benefits available. The list is NOT an authorative statement of law and is intended as a rough guide only. Note that the Social Security System is complex and liable to alteration / change on a regular basis.
The Wrexham Family Information Service provides free information, support and guidance on all aspects of childcare and children's services in Wrexham.
Information from GOV.UK. Search for job opportunities, check out different careers, get practical advice on job applications and interviews, and find out about training opportunities and New Deal schemes, plus information about your rights if you're in work.
Information from GOV.UK. Advice and information on finding work, job schemes, special equipment in the workplace, the rights of disabled employees and the responsibilities of employers.
Information on flexible working, parental leave and finding employment from GOV.UK.
Whether you want to search for a job or brush up on your job seeking skills, you'll find a range of support and advice here, including: CV and interview tips, different ways of searching for work and how to gain new skills.
Impartial and professional support offered to graduates residing in, or returning to North Wales. Please ring to make an appointment with a Careers Adviser, or to make arrangements to use the service. Tel 01978 293240.
UK's most popular student job site, thestudentjob.com connects you with one-off and part time jobs, internship opportunities and GAP / Holiday jobs in your local area.
Worktrain is part of the Department for Work and Pensions. The Worktrain website provides job, training, learning and career profile searches and related information.
Wrexham County Borough Council is not responsible for the content of external websites