Banbury job club has been serving job seekers and recruiting businesses since January 2009, helping over 2000 local residents into work and training.
The job club is held at Banbury Town Hall, Bridge Street, Banbury, OX16 5QB between 11am and 1pm every other Friday.
Upcoming job club dates are:
- February 12 - Life Carers are at Banbury Job Club to recruit care staff. Come and find out more about local opportunities
- February 23 - this is a job fair and will take place between 10.30 and 2.00
- February 26
- March 11
- April 8
Banbury Job Club provides the following:
- CV advice
- Benefits advice
- Voluntary work advice and opportunities
- Training and education advice from Banbury and Bicester college
- Job vacancies and application forms
- Laptops for online job searching
- Mind - mental health support
Support available for Jobseekers in Banbury
- Neithrop Library Job Club, Neithrop Library, Woodgreen Community Centre, Banbury, OX16 0AT: 10.00am-3.30pm. Free employment and training support for all ages. Run by Oxfordshire County Council Library Service. Individual appointments also available. Call Michael on 07769 915810 for more information.
- Banbury Early Intervention Hub, New Futures Centre, Hilton Road, Banbury, OX16 0EJ: 1pm - 4pm. A drop in service for 16-19 year olds (up to 24 with a learning disability). Call 01865 328440 for more information.
- Banbury Job Club at Banbury Town Hall on alternate Fridays 11am-1pm - Volunteer organisations, Cherwell District Council for council tax and housing benefit advice, Banbury & Bicester College, etc. Employers often attend. For more information call 01295 221863.
- Bloxham Job Club at Bloxham Baptist Chapel, Hawke Lane, Bloxham, OX15 4PY from 11am - 1pm. Provides free job search help and advice, advice on putting together a professional CV, modern job search methods and interview practice plus support with online applications.
- The National Careers Service offers adults information, careers and skills advice tailored to individual needs.
- Banbury and Neithrop Libraries provide free access to desktop computers with internet facilities. Banbury Library also offers a free wireless internet access point on the first floor. There is a charge for printing. Ask at libraries for further details and to book sessions.
- Banbury Jobcentre Plus offers free drop-in access to computers with internet facilities for job search and related activities.
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