Coventry Jobcentre is working with a number of companies and organisations in the city and further afield to fill a host of jobs that are currently up for grabs.
The majority of the roles – more than 40 in total – are with Amazon.
The online retailer has warehouse operative roles up for grabs at its centres in Coventry, Rugby and Daventry.
Coventry Jobcentre has also highlighted opportunities available with Aldi, Tesco, Coventry City Council and the NHS.
There are almost 100 vacancies in total that are currently available.
Aldi is currently looking to recruit seven store assistants, while Coventry City Council is hiring for three administrative roles in Coventry schools.
Tesco has a number of team member roles available, while the NHS locally is looking for four administrative assistants.
In addition there are driver and ‘post people’ vacancies at Royal Mail, warehouse operative roles available at a number of companies and opportunities in the catering and hospitality sector.
The biggest single recruitment drive Coventry Jobcentre is involved with at present is for Amazon.
The roles are with partner PMP Recruitment.
Below: Footage of Amazon’s centre in Rugby
The Amazon roles pay £9.50 per hour for daytime shifts. An additional £1.71 per hour is offered for night-time shifts.
Overtime is paid at between £14.25 and £19 per hour.
In terms of shifts there’s a range of day, night, part-time, full-time and weekend working.
Shifts vary by location and are subject to availability.
To find out more about the Amazon roles and to apply click here.
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The full list of vacancies Coventry Jobcentre is currently helping to fill is below.
Anyone interested in any of them should contact the relevant companies or organisations with most of the vacancies advertised online.
Applications for Aldi and Tesco roles can be made via the recruitment sections on both supermarkets’ websites.
Help is available for Universal Credit claimants in applying for jobs.
A spokesman for Copventry Jobcentre said: “The vacancies can predominantly be applied for online, but if claimants need advice or support they can contact their work coach via their journal, whether that’s for help with building a new CV, practical advice on applying for a job or preparing for an interview.”
Amazon/PMP – warehouse vacancies – 40+ vacancies
NHS – administrative assistants – 4+ vacancies
Avery Healthcare – housekeeping assistants – 4+ vacancies
Royal Mail – post person/delivery drivers – 2+ vacancies
B Recruitment – warehouse operatives – 5+ vacancies
Extra Personnel – warehouse operatives – 5+ vacancies
Coventry City Council – admin roles in schools – 3 vacancies
E2 Media – advertising roles – 2 vacancies
Saracen’s Head – kitchen porter – 1 vacancy
Aldi – store assistants – 7 vacancies
SCS – customer deliver crew – 2 vacancies
Tesco – team members – various vacancies
BP – customer service nights – 1 vacancy
NEXT – delivery assistants – 2+ vacancies
Stag & Pheasant – bar & restaurant staff – various vacancies