We know that going through the process of getting a new job can be daunting – especially if you have never done it before, or haven’t done it for a long time. That’s why our colleagues at National Careers Service have put together a few tips on things you might need help with.
Take a look at these guides and webpages before you apply for a job and it could make all the difference.
Please contact the team for a copy of
‘Applications form guidance’
‘Writing a Curriculum Vitae’
National Careers Service aims to help people over the age of 20 get ahead and make the most out of life. Their advisers can give independent information and advice on a whole range of learning and work issues.
Visit the National Careers Service website for more information about applying for a job.
Volunteering gives you the opportunity to learn new skills, get hands-on experience and make sure that childcare is the right career for you. It is also a good way of showing employers that regardless of whether or not you have the right qualifications you do have the right skills to work with children.
To find volunteering opportunities in your area go to Do-It or you could try contacting your local nurseries directly to find out if they would be interested in taking you on as a volunteer. You can search for nurseries in your area on yell.com.
Warwickshire Council Jobs
Warwickshire County Council Jobs has all of the current County Council vacancies including education, teaching, social care, health and youth/community work.
Borough Council Jobs
For more information about jobs a the local borough councils go to:
- North Warwickshire Borough Council
- Rugby Borough Council
- Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council
- Stratford upon Avon District Council
- Warwick District Council
Out of county jobs
Visit the Coventry jobs in childcare website to find out about all of the latest childcare job opportunities in Coventry.