Cambridge is world renowned as a university city that has played host to some of greatest minds ever known - from Isaac Newton to Stephen Hawking. Its status as a city that is home to a university consistently ranked as one of the top five in the world, is reflected by the fact that over 40% of its workforce has a higher education degree, more than twice the national average. Well connected to London with early morning trains that have commuters transported from platform to platform in just 53 minutes, living in picturesque Cambridge and commuting to London for work is an option. But watch out for employers at Milton, Sawston, Huntingdon, St Neots and some of the outlying areas around Cambridge.
My client is looking for chefs for their Cafe in Bar Hill. Working straights shifts, £7 per hour working a 39-hour week. Causal restaurant within a leading national company. Opening hours will be 8am through to 8pm and 8am to 4pm on a Sunday. Part... more details
Retail Customer Advisor Hourly rate of £6.63, rising to £7.07 after probation Uncapped commission - typically 30% of basic pay Cambridge The job: We''re EE, home to Britain''s first ever 4G network and one of the Sunday Times Best Big Companies to... more details
Kitchen Porters - Cambridge City Centre Agency part time and temporary works Hard working and reliable Kitchen Porters required for various assignments in Cambridge City Centre Must have previous experience within kitchen porter For further details... more details
Retail Customer Advisor Hourly rate of £6.63, rising to £7.07 after probation Uncapped commission - typically 30% of basic pay Cambridge The job: We''re EE, home to Britain''s first ever 4G network and one of the Sunday Times Best... more details
Sales Administrator Cambridge City Centre - £13k - £16k A highly successful software company based in Cambridge City Centre is seeking a professional and proactive Sales Administrator to join their well established team and represent their already... more details
At the heart of what is playfully known as Silicon Fen, due to the outlying fens, Cambridge is home to the headquarters of a number fast paced and up to the minute technology companies. Many of these industries stem from the university with economic strengths being in biosciences and software. A degree and most probably a masters is required for breaking into these fields. Cambridge Science Park on the north of the city has been home to the birth of many cutting-edge technology firms, providing employment for hundreds of the UK's finest minds.
The British Antarctic Survey has head offices in Antarctica and Cambridge and with a wide range of jobs including technical support, engineering, project management and backroom support.