Looking for jobs
Job Search Websites and Support
Indeed – is the number 1 job site worldwide, so a lot of employers will post their vacancies here
DirectGov – is the official jobcentre job search site
Reed – is the number 1 job site in the UK
Total Jobs – has at least 110,000 live jobs at any one time
CV-Library – is the UK’s leading independent job site.
Jobsite – is a site that matches jobseekers with employers
Monster – is also able to offer career advice as well as job vacancies
Westquay Works – has been created specifically to help people find jobs and access training to work at Westquay Shopping Centre
*TOP TIP* Remember these are just a few of the many job search websites available. You should try them all out and see which ones work best for you
NHS Jobs – the NHS has it’s own recruitment website and the jobs range from entry level to graduate opportunities
Jobs.ac.uk – is a site specifically for highly qualified staff looking for academic, research, science and other related jobs
Jobs Bulletin– Every two weeks a vacancy bulletin is up-dated for Southampton. Remember to check it regularly if you are looking for jobs. The site includes information from the local area regarding jobs, apprenticeships, traineeships and a featured career to get you thinking about different career paths. It also contains lots of information resources and an easy to understand table on the minimum wage.
No Limits – Do you need some help finding the perfect job for you? No Limits is at 13 the High Street and have a job club every Thursday from 2-4pm. They offer support and advice to parents and young people on a variety of issues, including drugs, housing, crime, money, education and health. This is a confidential free service in the city open to all young people up to the age of 25.
E4S – Job searching site for full time, part time or Saturday jobs.
Holiday Staff – is a website that focuses on seasonal/holiday vacancies
JCP – If you are 18 and job hunting you can sign up for job seekers allowance. If you are under 18 you might be eligible if you live independently.
TEEM Work Clubs – If you are over 18 and are a council resident, you qualify for TEEM work clubs which take place across the city every week. The work clubs give support with job searching, CV writing, IT advice and interview preparation. They take place in Bitterne, Weston, Maybush, Central Southampton and St. Mary’s. Click here to find your nearest work club.
If you are looking for work, remember you need to be in learning until you are 18 (Year 13) or the employment will have to be an apprenticeship. If you’re not sure what job will suit you have a look at some of our guidance tools on our top recommended sites page.