Support to find work
During the ongoing Coronavirus situation, our teams are still working to support local people and businesses. If you are looking for work contact the teams below who can help you navigate the changing job market through these times.
Wolves at Work
Wolves at Work can support you to find and apply for local opportunities. Please click on the logo to find out more, or email WolvesatWork@wolverhampton.gov.uk for tailored one-to-one support. Follow us on Twitter for daily vacancies @WolvesatWork. If you are a business looking for support with recruitment, please contact the employer engagement team at Recruitment@wolverhampton.gov.uk
Black Country Impact
Black Country Impact in Wolverhampton provides one-to-one support and advice for young people in Wolverhampton who are not currently in employment, education or training. If you are between the ages of 15-29 and not in work or education, please click on the logo to find out more or contact the Wolverhampton team at Impact@wolverhampton.gov.uk. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @BC_Impact
Wolverhampton Connexions Service are still supporting Young People (aged 13-19, or up to age 25 if you have a learning disability) in Wolverhampton and providing drop-in sessions. To find out more click on the logo or contact us Connexions@wolverhampton.gov.uk. Follow us on Facebook.
Wolverhampton Learning Communities
Wolverhampton Learning Communities can help to prepare you for work or training in the city with their network of local organisations and training providers. For more information please contact Karen at Karen.Sahota@wolverhampton.gov.uk or call 07881 358 679
West Midlands Combined Authority
If you are able to travel further afield for opportunities, the West Midlands Combined Authority have information about opportunities across the region. Click on the logo to find out more from their website. You can also see what online training resources are currently available if you are unemployed or furloughed.
National Careers Service can support you if you have been furloughed, are at risk of redundancy or are looking for a job. Visit National Careers Service or call 0800 100 900 (8am - 10pm, 7 days a week).
Here you can find financial support and advice for residents, as well as information about benefits at this time.
Want to learn a new skill while at home? Find free, high quality digital and numeracy courses in The Skills Toolkit.
Support for local businesses
If you are looking for support with recruitment, please contact the Wolves at Work Employer Engagement team at Recruitment@wolverhampton.gov.uk
Here you can find information and guidance for employers and businesses in Wolverhampton, including support offered by City of Wolverhampton Council, Government initiatives to support the economy and links to additional useful information.