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Bristol Job Centre Plus Offices - Job Openings and News
« on: October 13, 2016, 11:04:16 AM »

Here are all the job centre plus offices in Bristol. If you are looking for a job in Bristol and in need of visiting a jobcentre then check out the list below. All centres in Bristol are on this page.

Bristol JobCentre Plus Offices

Shirehampton Jobcentre

31-32 High Street
Shirehampton
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS11 0DX
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Keynsham Jobcentre

11 The Centre
Keynsham
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS31 1ED
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Bristol Central Jobcentre

22 Nelson Street
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS1 2LD
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Bedminster Jobcentre

17-19 Kent Street
Bedminster
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS3 3NW
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Kingswood Jobcentre

382-386 Two Mile Hill Road
Kingswood
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS15 1BZ
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Easton Jobcentre

442-450 Stapleton Road
Eastville
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS5 6NR
Telephone: 0117-9913900

Bishopsworth Jobcentre

1st Floor
59 Whitchurch Lane
Bishopsworth
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS13 7TE
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Yate Jobcentre

39 South Parade Yate Shopping Centre
Yate
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS37 4BB
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Westbury-on-Trym Jobcentre

Meachin Court
Church Road
Westbury-on-Trym
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS9 3EF
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Filton Jobcentre

Church House
Church Road
Filton
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS34 7BD
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Bristol East Social Security Office

Lodge House
602-634 Fishponds Road
Fishponds
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS16 3HZ
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Bristol South Social Security Office

St Catherines House
St Catherines Place
Bedminster
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS3 4HQ
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

Bristol Quayside Social Security Office

Eagle House
St Stephens Street
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS1 1EN
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

West of England District Office

7th Floor The Pithay
Bristol
United Kingdom
BS1 2NQ
Telephone: 0845 604 3719
Textphone: 0845 608 8551

If you are interested in Bristol City Council jobs then carry on reading...

To have a Bristol City Council job is to be employed by the largest employer in the city. Roughly 16,000 people work for the council in a wide verity of occupations. With a population that is close to 420,000, it takes a lot of people to keep the city running smoothly. The council employs cooks, arborist, engineers, Librarians, childcare assistants, driver escorts, and gardeners. These are just a few of the jobs.

In fact, Bristol City Council employees are the engine that keeps over 500 services running in the city. And they are grouped in seven main departments: chief executive’s; central support services; children and young people services; adult community care; planning, transport and sustainable development; neighbourhood and housing services and cultural and leisure services. The benefits of working for the city council are nice. Of course, there’s the Local Government Pension Scheme and competitive salaries that are reviewed yearly. But employees also get at least 24 days of holiday each year. That rises to 29 days once an employee passes the five year mark.

The council also boasts about its family friendly policies, which include entitlements for maternity and paternity leave. A childcare voucher scheme is also available. Flexible work schedules, such as flexi-time, part-time, job-share and term time, can be arranged for those with family or other obligations. Bristol City Council also believes it’s important that its employees receive the best in training and skills development where needed. This is an opportunity that’s available to all employees.

The council believes that well trained employees will help it meet its organisational objectives and provide quality service to its citizens. The council’s website says that its Performance Management and Development Scheme is used to determine development and training needs. 40 hours of development and training time is allotted for each employee in a year. As long as the needs are in line with the council’s business objectives, a wide range of development and training solutions are available.

 At the time this article was written, there were 23 jobs advertised on the council’s website. The highest paid position, which ranged from £34,430 to £41,616, was for a solicitor / senior practitioner. Two positions shared the lowest pay of £15,039 to £16,054. They were the vacancies listed for telephone service operators and home care assistants.

Job seekers are encouraged to apply online, but it’s possible to use alternative means of applying for positions. An email address and a phone number are provided so applicants can request an application package. It’s important to note that the council does not accept curriculum vitaes. The council’s website also mentions training opportunities with the National Graduate Development Programme. At the time this article was written, there were a couple of training opportunities for graduate trainee managers.

One was listed as a two year rotating work placement opportunity, where the trainee will be working throughout the council on issues that affect the council’s services. The next one is for a Warwick Postgraduate Diploma in Local Government Management. Here, the trainee will be mentored by senior employees.

Visit: Bristol City Council job site
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