Eastbourne Jobs Hub

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  • Welcome to the Eastbourne Jobs Hub!
    We are the online advice portal for the Eastbourne Jobs Hub based in Eastbourne Library.
  • Good grammar plays its part in building your profile as a valuable candidate. Here are some of the most common mistakes to edit straight away.
  • We've done it again! Our second award shortlist announcements in two weeks!
  • So, you’ve decided to search for a job! But, where are you going to look? Whatever stage you’re at, the Eastbourne Jobs Hub can help.
  • The Eastbourne Jobs Hub is keen to work in the local area to bring together schools and employers and to support with events to encourage young people to think about their opportunities and look to the future.
  • An apprenticeship could be the best start to your new career. An apprenticeship gives you the chance to learn the skills you need to succeed while earning a wage at the same time.
  • Colleges have a wide variety of courses available to suit all your needs; short term, full term, part time courses, adult learning, apprenticeships, evening courses, weekend courses, work related courses and courses available in all industries.
  • Higher Education (HE) is an optional stage of learning that follows after Further Education (FE), usually delivered at Universities. An internship (placement or work placements) is an opportunity offered by an employer to potential employees, to work at a firm for a fixed, limited period of time...
  • Inside is a list of local training providers, to help meet your needs or business needs. In East Sussex there are different types of training providers: private companies and public bodies offering their services to you or your business.
  • Finding the correct candidates to fill your vacancy can sometimes feel like an arduous process. There are a million and one things that can sway your decision making process. Here at LoveLocalJobs.com we try and make it as easy as possible for you with some tips and advice on the recruitment proc...
  • Volunteering in Eastbourne can bring you many benefits – from giving you a new route to employment, to simply finding new friends.
  • Mentors/volunteers are available to help and support you with basic computer skills, computer security, email and Internet, word processing, spreadsheets and digital photography.
  • If you want to discuss your options why not pop into the Eastbourne Jobs Hub at Eastbourne Library, and have a chat or phone to book an appointment.