Stevenage Works is a job and training hub comprising a vast range of partners located within Stevenage and is managed by Stevenage Borough Council.
Local is everything to us and by working in partnership with others we aim to raise awareness of the local jobs available in local businesses to local people.
Stevenage Works was initially launched in 2019. Working in partnership with The Job Centre Plus (JCP), we offer a free recruitment service.
Together with The JCP we attend local job fairs, these a great way to find out more about the businesses in the area, along with any roles they have on offer.
North Herts College work closely with us too and, in doing so, we are able to provide training courses to support our residents in the Stevenage area. This helps you to secure roles, as well as ensuring we’re continuously increasing the talent available too.
Apprenticeships are a top priority and it’s essential to understand the importance of gaining vocational qualifications in order to stand out from the crowd when applying for a new job.
We have also worked alongside:
So far we have provided:
- 33 CSCS courses
- 221 course participants
- 132 site ready candidates
- 33 jobs in construction
- 13 apprenticeships
- 71 local people have benefitted from employment and training initiatives.
We’ve worked alongside a number of local employers:
- Aaron Services
- The Breyer Group
- The Guinness Partnership
- Henry Construction
- The Hill Group
- Lovell Homes
- Parkway Construction
- The McLaren Group
- The Merit Group
- Morgan Sindall
- The Reef Group
- Wilmott Dixon
- Go Construct
We strive to work collectively with residents of all experience levels and all ages, so wherever you are in your career path, whether you’re looking for the next step or starting your journey, get in touch with the team today and see how we can help you by emailing us at Stevenageworks@stevenage.gov.uk.
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