UK Community Renewal Fund

UK Community Renewal Fund

Stakeholders are invited to attend the UK Community Renewal Fund Nottingham Technical Assistance Workshop. The UK Community Renewal Fund will support communities to pilot programmes and new approaches ahead of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. Through these pilots, the government wants to unlock new ideas and pilot programmes to better support people and communities in […]

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Looking for an apprenticeship? Look into Nottingham Jobs

Looking for an apprenticeship? Look into Nottingham Jobs

Ahead of National Apprenticeship Week which starts on 8 February, Nottingham Jobs is proud to announce a wide range of support services for apprentices and job seekers. Nottingham Jobs is an established and trusted service, run by Nottingham City Council in partnership with the Futures Group and Department for Work and Pensions. Whatever your employment needs, Nottingham […]

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The D2N2 Skills Access Hub will unlock training potential for local businesses

The D2N2 Skills Access Hub will unlock training potential for local businesses

In Nottingham and across the East Midlands region, the outbreak of Coronavirus has had a significant economic impact – especially on those who are now unemployed, and those who own or work for local small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs). Working alongside Nottingham City Council’s established Nottingham Jobs service and partners in the D2N2 Growth Hub, […]

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Nottingham City Council secures Kickstart funding to support young job seekers

Nottingham City Council secures Kickstart funding to support young job seekers

Nottingham City Council’s employment and skills service, Nottingham Jobs, has successfully applied to be a local representative for the Government’s new Kickstart scheme, a £2 billion national fund which it is hoped will create high quality job roles for local residents aged 16 to 24. Supporting young people in Nottingham who are at risk of […]

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Care Workers urgently needed

Care Workers urgently needed

Nottingham City Council are urgently looking for Care Workers to support the most vulnerable in our society during the current crisis. These would be on Casual Assignment Basis and pay would be £9.94/hour plus casual enhancement of 12.04%. These roles seek to provide safe and appropriate personalised care and support to citizens in a way […]

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Fair promotes healthy living and job opportunities in Nottingham North. 

Fair promotes healthy living and job opportunities in Nottingham North. 

People living in the north of the city attending Nottingham North Jobs Fair in March are being offered free health checks as well as opportunities to find work. The organisers Nottingham City Council and the Rebalancing the Outer Estates Foundation have worked with Public Health England this year to increase the amount of support available […]

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Partners across D2N2 unite to support unemployed people

Partners across D2N2 unite to support unemployed people

Nottingham City Council and partners across the region have announced a new range of support activities for unemployed residents, especially those facing personal or economic barriers to finding a job. Called Way2Work, the three-year project, part-funded by the European Social Fund, will support unemployed people who face multiple barriers to work. The project will specifically […]

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Nottingham City Council supports SMEs to grow in European and international markets.

Nottingham City Council supports SMEs to grow in European and international markets.

The Nottingham City Council team of the D2N2 Growth Hub has announced their involvement in a significant, Europe-wide programme which will support SMEs in Nottingham and across Europe to grow, or ‘scale up’ in regional, national and international markets. Called SCALE UP, the project is overseen by Interreg Europe and contributes to European competitiveness and […]

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I built that! Nottingham Jobs helps residents be a part of the city’s growth.

I built that! Nottingham Jobs helps residents be a part of the city’s growth.

There’s positive news for job seekers in Nottingham; as building projects of all sizes move forward apace, job opportunities in construction, shop-fitting and associated trades are becoming available and local people are in a great position to find work or take up training which will enable them to work on some of the city’s major […]

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