Online Job Searching

Searching for jobs online

The first step to getting a new job is finding vacancies that fit your skill set and desired role. 
Finding those vacancies isn’t always straight forward. It could include searching:

  • Generic online job sites such as Reed or Indeed
  • Online sites specific to industries
  • Local publications and classified ads
  • Trade publications of the field you want a role in
  • Networking sites such as LinkedIn
  • Social media channels of individual organisations

Our training gives you the skills to search these platforms and assess adverts to see if they are suitable to you. Training can be delivered one on one or as a group workshop depending on your needs. 

We can then support you in the creation of your Resume/CV and interview processes to increase your chances of success


Can you find me a job?

We aren’t a service that finds jobs for you. Our role is to equip you with the skills you need to get into new employment. 

How long until I have a job?

We can’t give timescales on how long this process will take. It depends on your starting point and skills as well as the field you are interested in. 

How much does it cost?

We are a community interest company – that means that as long as you meet the criteria for our grants our services will cost you nothing. 

Do you work in person or online?

It depends on your needs. If you’re in the North East then we can work in person to deliver workshops and training. If you’re further afield or prefer working online then that’s fine too.

Contact us for an informal chat about your needs

Get in touch today to see how we can help you on your employment journey.