Have you recently been made redundant from your job?
If so then Communities for Work Plus may be able to help you secure employment.
They regularly have employers contact them to help fill their vacancies and last year they helped 274 people into work.
They have a dedicated team of highly skilled staff who are able to support people living within the Wrexham area by providing one-to-one mentoring which is tailored to suit individual needs.
They’re also able to offer support and advice relating to
- Essential skills
- Education & training
- Digital skills Interview tips and techniques
- CV & job application support
- Motivation & Confidence
- Advice for becoming Self Employed
- Volunteering/Work Placements
- Paid Employment
- Better off calculations
This is a free service for anyone living in Wrexham who is looking for work
Communities for Work Plus also run job clubs around the Wrexham area and these will start back up again when everything settles down.
If you’d like their support please email them at email@example.com or call 07976 200414 or 07976 200413 to sign up to their programme.
You’ll be asked to complete a short telephone referral form but this will be explained in more detail when you make the call.
The lines are open between 10am and 3pm and if you can’t get through don’t worry, just leave a voicemail message and they’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Cllr Terry Evans, Lead Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, said: “These are difficult times and many are now looking for work but with many firms closed or working reduced hours this is proving difficult. Communities for Work Plus may be able to help not only with matching people with jobs that come in but with support and advice.”
“If you live in Wrexham please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team. They have excellent and experienced staff who can help. They can’t promise to match everyone to jobs but they can offer a lot of help and advice so please contact them now on 07976 200414 or 07976 200413 to sign up.”LATEST INFO ON COVID-19