Leeds Employment Hub
If you are currently out of work, we can support you to gain a job, training or plan your next steps, even if you are already studying or in education. Since April 2019 over 8000 people have accessed our services and we have supported over 5000 people into work.
Our Employment Advisors can offer
- Individual support tailored to your needs
- Careers advice and guidance
- Opportunities to learn new skills
- Tips on CV writing and completing application forms
- Interview practice
- Access to local job and apprenticeship opportunities
- Opportunities to hear from a range of local employers
- In-work support
- Information and guidance on self-employment
- Advice on benefits calculations and managing debt
Get in touch with an advisor today
We are still working even if we cannot meet you face to face. Our friendly advisors will be able to answer any of your questions. Contact us and we can arrange a phone call, letter or email, whatever works for you.
We help get you into work by searching for available jobs, helping you create a CV, assisting you in completing application forms, preparing for interviews and offering one-to-one information, advice and guidance. Find your nearest Jobshop and see what it can offer you.
European Social Fund
Leeds Employment Hub is part funded through the European Social Fund. It pulls together a number of projects aimed at supporting Leeds residents into employment, education and or training, including the Leeds City Region Employment Hub managed by West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Youth Engagement and Progression Programme managed by City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council and the Employment Hub Mental Health Programme managed by Leeds City Council in partnership with City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.
We realise that there may be additional reasons why you may be out of work.
Leeds Directory can give you information on many things including money and debt help, addiction, support for caring for others and legal advice.
If you would like to gain more confidence whilst you look for work, visit MindWell Leeds for information and other ways to feel positive and well.
Take a look at The Skills Toolkit, a free, online site with digital and numeracy courses to build your skills.
Are you aged 15-25?
Our Start in Leeds site is for young people, it gives you information on your options if you have left school or college.
Start your own business
Do you want to be your own boss and start your own business instead? Find out about the support and resources available here.