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Employment Support

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The Working Communities Project

The Council run a free, voluntary and confidential support service which is offered to all residents in the District. We provide advice, guidance and resources tailored to anyone leaving the Armed Forces to help you back into the workplace. Working together on a one-to-one basis, you and your advisor will create a realistic plan to help you find employment. Some of the things we can help you with are: searching for a job, preparing your CV, filling in application forms, interview techniques and advice about benefits. If there is something we are unable to help you with, we can put you in touch with the right people for support.

If you want to find out more about the Project or make an appointment to access support, please contact Mark Szadura, Community Employment Advisor:

Tel: 01246 217534 / Mobile: 07973 343 383 

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For more information about Employment and Employability support, visit the website.

Employment at NEDDC

As an employer, NEDDC provides an extra week’s paid leave for Armed Forces Community employees for military training as well as the potential for additional unpaid leave for armed forces duties subject to the needs of the service.

Other national Employment Support

  • We have a dedicated page on the Forces Families Jobs website, which identifies training and employment opportunities for family members of currently serving UK military personnel.
  • Building Better Opportunities (BBO) supports people to increase their confidence, independence and achieve their employment aspirations through 3 distinct projects.
  • Great Place to Work for Veterans is an initiative that aims to encourage more veterans to work for the Civil Service.