Wakefield suffered catastrophic economic times when the mining and manufacturing industries declined in the late 20th century but it has gone through a massive regeneration to bring it back to life as an economic force within the north. It's been helped by its geographic location, tucked inside the shoulder of the M62 and the M1. The good links with the northern industrial belt stretching from Liverpool to Leeds have encouraged business to set up home in Wakefield, particularly in the distribution sector with Argos, Asda and Morrisons having warehousing in the area.
...Our client based in Wakefield is looking to recruit a Sales and Contracts Administrator to join their organisation as soon as possible on a temporary to permanent basis. The successful candidate will act as a main point of contact for customers... more details
Do you have experience working in a fast paced environment? Are you looking for a business you can really develop with? This could be your next role… Is this you? You will be responsible for processing all incoming and outgoing post including... more details
...Our client based in Wakefield is looking to recruit a Warehouse Administrator to join their organisation as soon as possible on a temporary to permanent basis. The successful candidate will have previous warehouse and administrative experience... more details
...Quattro Recruitment are looking for an experienced Office Administrator to join our busy team in Wakefield. The successful Administrator will be responsible for the day to day administrative tasks, which will include the reception and registration... more details
...L&D Administrator Full Time (35 hours) Location: Central Support Services, Wakefield An opportunity has arisen for an L&D Administrator to assist the L&D Department in providing efficient and effective services to all staff and to support Managers... more details
Part of the town’s success is down to its designation as the administrative sector for the region, including the 'five towns' of Normanton, Pontefract, Featherstone, Castleford and Knottingley. You'll find the base of many public sector employers here, including Wakefield Council, West Yorkshire Police, West Yorkshire Fire Service, Probation Service and National Offender Management Service. But manufacturing still remains a significant player -as does health and retail.
Multifuel Energy Ltd are building a £300m multi fuel power plant at Ferrybridge, near Wakefield which is likely to generate thousands of jobs. Watch out for a chance to join this project in the early stages and develop your career in the energy sector.