Basingstoke - or Doughnut City as it's traditionally known because of the number of roundabouts upon roundabouts around the town - sits in the beautiful countryside of northern Hampshire but benefits from having the M3 run a couple of miles south of the town. This enables commuters easy access to London or Southampton - and good rail links also favour the local economy. It's a town with more employers than most - so much so that there are disproportionately fewer people leaving to find work elsewhere than in most other UK towns.
PROJECT MANAGER - £30, 000 - £35, 000 PLUS BONUS - BASINGSTOKE A FTSE250 company are currently recruiting for a Project Manager to be based at their site in Basingstoke. The Project Support Officer will manage the delivery to customers in line with... more details
Counter Manager - Luxury British Beauty Brand - Natural Skincare - up to £22k This highly successful business leads the way in offering natural beauty products of the highest quality to their devoted customer. Using only the finest ingredients, they... more details
Thales technology makes it possible for two thirds of planes to take off and land safely. Thales also protects 80% of the world’s payment card transactions and is Europe’s number one supplier of defence electronics. Beyond that our people have made... more details
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Credit Control Manager in a strongly growing business based in our Basingstoke office. You will be responsible for Credit for the UK''s operations. Client Details A US owned and family run global material... more details
Turn your career into a passion. At Ann Summers we work hard so our customers can play hard. We love what we do and because we have been the market leader for over 40 years we want the very best experts on our team. We are looking for an (Designate)... more details
As well as major employers such as The AA (Automobile Association) and Motorola there are jobs offered by the town's infrastructure - the Basingstoke and Dean Council for a start, the number of shops (Festival Place is the main shopping complex) and out-of-town retail stores, the business service sector and the surprisingly large sports and leisure sector this town possesses. It all adds up to a town that's as great to live in as it is to work in.