Need some help finding Wolverhampton work?

The major sectors contributing to the Wolverhampton economy, in descending order, include public administration, health, education, distribution, hospitality and retail, manufacturing and tourism. The largest provider of Wolverhampton work is the City Council.

The council offers a range of careers from gardeners to engineers. You can browse vacancies and apply online via the councils' website. Similarly you can use the NHS Careers website to apply for positions in healthcare.

The University of Wolverhampton and the City of Wolverhampton College are major employers in the education sector and numerous opportunities exist in maintenance, administration and management. Checking out their career pages is well worth your while.

Distribution services in Wolverhampton are a major employer. Many of these positions can be found advertised on jobsites such as jobisjob.co.uk, totaljobs.com and indeed.co.uk.

Hotels, restaurants and retailers provide plenty of opportunities. It is an area which is expected to expand and you don't need any formal qualifications to do most of the work. Some of the shopping centres in Wolverhampton include:

  • Mander Centre, Bell Street.
  • The Wulfrun Centre, Cleveland Street.

Major manufacturers in the area you can apply to include Chubb Locks, H S Marston and Marston's Brewery. Speaking with HR personnel and managers will get you known and improve employment prospects.

With so many options for Wolverhampton work you might like to narrow your search by registering with recruitment agencies which have specialist consultants in your field. Some of the agencies in Wolverhampton you might consider include:

  • Career Prospects Ltd., 68A Darlington Street. Tel: 01902 715 588.
  • Able Recruitment; 26 Waterloo Road. Tel: 01902 571 571.


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