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.
PHP Web Developer - Basingstoke, Hampshire - £30k My client are looking for a career minded PHP Web Developer to join their growing team. You will be a productive member of the development team with responsibilities including design, build and test... more details
FLEXIBLE OVER YOUR WORKING HOURS? PEAK PERIOD IN-STORE SUPERSTAR. Part Time Retail Store Sales Executive - Basingstoke Salary £14, 866 pa (pro rata based on 16 hours per week) plus bonus plus amazing benefits Shift Pattern: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday... more details
My client are seeking an Assistant Manager for their retail outlet in Sherfield-on-Loddon near Basingstoke. The company have over a 170 outlets all around the UK and are looking for either a Supervisor or an Assistant Manager looking to take the... more details
Administration Assistant / Receptionist Basingstoke, Hampshire Salary: 7.50 per hour Hours: Part-time (30 hours/week) As an employee of this leading care provider you will have an important role to play, with particular responsibilities and duties;... more details
Fantastic opportunity to join a well established Market leader in the financial and Automotive sector in Basingstoke. Seeking a proactive Contract Administrator for a busy varied position requiring high attention to detail. Reporting into the... 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.