Many will see this Warwickshire town as no more than a commuter town - and there's not much wrong with that. The job hotspots of Coventry and Birmingham are a short drive away and in the evening you can return to the peaceful surrounds of this town. But taking such a view overlooks the vibrant job prospects available within or close to the town itself.
Kitchen Manager for a busy gastro pub from £25, 000 plus bonus up to £4000, accommodation, 28 days holiday, company paid courses, pension, medical & dental care, cycle scheme, discounts with major retailers and other company related benefits. We... more details
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The demise of the traditional industries such as textiles and those associated with the Midlands' coalfields forced people to rethink the local economy and a number of initiatives have led to new employment streams in the area. For example, there's EPIC (Elliot Park Innovation Centre) which supports the birth of new companies such as Delta Financial Systems, Soccersixes and Simtec Solutions. The Bermuda Park is also home to an innovation centre and mix of light industry and retail premises.
Off Watling Street, you'll find MIRA - perhaps the UK's leading advance engineering centre. It began life as the Motor Industry Research Association and all that engineering talent has led to the organisation today being a world leader in advanced engineering. It does more than cars these days, conducting research into defence, air and rail systems, low carbon engineering and much more. For the wannabe engineer, it's a dream ticket. They consider work placements but a degree with plenty of practical experience should open the doors for you.
A number of companies have established their head offices or distribution centres at Nuneaton (not least Holland & Barrett health foods). This means a good supply of a wide range of jobs constantly required either for the packing and distribution side of the businesses or the management side. The logistics of distribution is a complex and increasingly graduate-fed science. Get the logistics wrong and the company can lose thousands of pounds year - get it right and it could put the company ahead of its competitors. It's a different, challenging but rewarding career choice.