Crawley is located in West Sussex, 30 miles south of London, and 18 miles north of Brighton. It was a designated as a New Town in 1947 and this appears to have given it the boost to ensure continued success ever since. Gatwick Airport opened on the edge of the town in the 1940s and is now one of the busiest in the country. A large industrial area supports industries and services, many of which are connected with the airport. Unemployment here has been low since the Second World War and during the 1980s the town boasted the lowest level of unemployment in the UK. Continuous growth and investment have made Crawley one of the most important business and employment centres in South East England.
Catering Assistant September 2017 Crawley, West Sussex £7.50 per hour Academy Recruitment are currently working with a leading catering company, and are looking for a catering assistant to work at a school in Crawley. The day to day duties will... more details
CSCS Labourer CSCS Labourer / Groundwork Labourer We are currently looking for experienced CSCS Labourers in Crawley area. The positions on offer are an agency based, ongoing assignments, 1 year+ My client have 4 vacancies available for groundwork... more details
Built in 2001, the Arora Hotel Gatwick/Crawley is situated in the heart of Crawley town centre connected to Crawley railway station. With 432 guest rooms Arora Gatwick is a 4 star deluxe hotel with 12 meeting and conference rooms. The Hotel features... more details
Our client is currently recruiting for a Web Systems Integration Developer on a contract basis in Crawley Systems Integration Developer: To support final development phase of our online self-service programme, integrating line of business... more details
We are currently recruiting for Sales Advisors in the Crawley area. As a leading electronics retailer, we are looking to strengthen our team due to growth within the business and this is a fantastic opportunity to join one of our 220 stores... more details
The Manor Royal industrial estate with its space and its proximity to Gatwick and good transport links, attracted airport-related services such as logistics, catering, distribution and warehousing. Major schemes during that period included premises for the Westminster Bank, British Caledonian, and The Office of the Paymaster-General — part of HM Treasury. The five-storey Overline House above the railway station, completed in 1968, is used by Crawley's NHS Primary Care Trust and many other companies. Watch out for employment with the likes of Canon, G4S and Siemens who have a presence on the estate.