Find your next job
If you have lost your job as a result of COVID-19, Barnet council and partners offer the following schemes to help you find your next job:
Job support for Barnet residents
BOOST helps unemployed residents across the whole borough. Get employment advice from BOOST
Love London Working
Love London Working support unemployed Barnet residents, single parents, those aged over 50, ex-offenders and care leavers to find work. The service provides guidance and support on:
- writing your CV
- interview preparation
- mental health
- searching for jobs
- finance and debt.
Local government jobs
Barnet Council offer jobs across a range of council services
Transforming Brent Cross job opportunities
The Brent Cross Cricklewood scheme is the biggest redevelopment and growth programme Barnet Council has ever undertaken, and is amongst the most ambitious across Europe. In addition to thousands of jobs building the new park town and Brent Cross West, across the programme we’ll see 27,000 new jobs created in the future.
Find out more about the apprenticeship and job opportunities available on the Transforming BX website
As part of our digital infrastructure work, the council is working with approved broadband operators to secure apprenticeship and graduate placements, and to promote recruitment opportunities to residents.
Find out more about current opportunities on the Community Fibre website
We have made 3-week training programmes available. These are for people with no telecoms or engineering experience. This could lead to a hands-on, customer facing role. Find out more and apply to become a Trainee Installation Engineer.
Proud to Care
The Proud to Care Scheme is run in partnership with councils across London and offers training and a variety of positions in the care sector
Talent Retention Scheme
The Talent Retention Scheme provides a portal where you can register your personal profile and CV and search for vacancies in the construction industry
Mayors Construction Academy
Mayors Construction Academy is a construction employment and skills initiative. Part of the Mayor’s Construction Academy Hub. Training is employer-led and gives:
- an introduction to the industry
- health and safety training
- Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards.
Job opportunities if you have a disability or a physical or mental health condition
If you have a disability, physical health or mental health condition, the following services could help you find your next job:
Bright Futures help people with a learning disability, autism, or Aspergers build skills and confidence. They provide:
- one-to-one support that continues into employment
- job opportunities
- training based on your career goals.
Disability Employment Advisors
Disability Employment Advisors (DEA) provide specialist support on employment issues affecting people with disabilities and their carers.
Government’s Access to Work scheme
If you are disabled or have a physical or mental health condition that makes it hard for you to do your job, talk to your employer about changes they can make to support you in the workplace. You can also apply for the Government’s Access to Work scheme if you need extra support.
Your Choice Barnet Employment Project
Your Choice Barnet Employment Project helps people with learning disabilities to get a job. Provides a supportive and empowering environment to help you plan, achieve, and sustain your goals. Access Your Choice Barnet Employment Project