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Job Seekers

The Skills Hub is committed to helping you during these very challenging times. Our new Jobs@SkillsHub service will enable you to find local jobs and training opportunities, we’ll be launching this very soon.

In the meantime, there is lots of help from our partners to find work and training. All their services are currently available online or on the telephone.

A good way to start is to register with Tyne Online who can help you look for work, find training, improve your cv and point you towards other support is you need it.

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Help to find and apply for a job

Newcastle Futures – flexible support for residents of Newcastle upon Tyne to move into employment or search @newcastlefutures on Facebook here

Generation NE – employability and job search support for young people in the North East of England or search @GNEDigital on Facebook here

Moving on Tyne and Wear – employment support for people with a health barrier, disability or additional learning need or search @MovingOnTW on Facebook here

Tyne Online – providing a multi-channel, responsive and personalised digital service to individuals looking for work in Newcastle or search @Tyneonline on Facebook here

The Princes Trust – jobs advice and guidance for the under 30’s or search @PrincesTrustNorthEast on Facebook here

Reviving the Heart of the West End – help to explore opportunities for employment, training and starting a business or search @rhweltd on Facebook here

JET – employment and wider support for people from ethnic backgrounds and new migrants to the UK or search @JETNE on Facebook here

Your Homes Newcastle – support for YHN tenants to secure employment

The Millin Charity – support for women to become financially independent or search @millincharity on Facebook here

PNE Enterprise – business start-up support and advice

Newcastle Carers Centre – help for people who are or have been caring for others to prepare for and find work

Advice on careers and training

Connexions – careers information, advice and guidance to young people aged between 13 and 19, up to 25 if you have a learning disability or difficulty or search @connexionsnewcastle on Facebook here

National Careers Service – information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work or search @careersnewcastle on Facebook here 

Newcastle UXL – advice and guidance on training opportunities for young people or search @newcastleuxl2018 on Facebook here

Websites for general jobs

Jobcentreplus – these two sites are extremely useful and will help you look for and apply for local jobs:

Be A Work Hero

Find A Job

North East Local Enterprise Partnership – job opportunities in key businesses across our region

Fish 4 Jobs



CV Library


VONNE – voluntary sector paid jobs across our region

Website for jobs in the public sector>

Jobs in the NHS

Jobs in the Public Sector within the North East 

Jobs in the Government and other public bodies

Useful job feeds on social media

North East Jobs Board – a Facebook jobs site run by Newcastle Futures

JobCentre Plus Twitter Account for current jobs in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland

Jobs in Newcastle upon Tyne & Surrounding Area – a local Facebook jobs site

North East Jobs – a Facebook group with jobs across the North East

Facebook Jobs – the job hunting platform from Facebook featuring jobs from the UK

Recruitment Agencies

Central Employment Agency:

NRG Employment Agency

Blue Arrow Recruitment Agency

Nigel Wright Recruitment Group

Recent Vacancies

Lots of vital jobs still need to be filled across the Newcastle area at the moment. This includes key worker roles in health and social care, retail (food sector), transportation, call handling and warehousing. Employers such as supermarkets, care homes, charities, local government and national bodies such as ACAS are all looking to take on people with skills like yours!

Contact one of the Skills Hub partners to find out how they can help you find, apply for and secure these and other jobs, or develop new skills.