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.
TJX Europe is a growth vehicle for the TJX Companies, Inc. – the world’s leading off-price fashion and home ware retailer with sales of $27, 4 billion in revenues in 2013, more than 3, 000 stores in six countries and approximately 191, 000... more details
... you live today. We currently have a vacancy for an Assistant Manager in our Wakefield store. Our Assistant Managers are responsible for inspiring their teams to provide the highest standard of service to our customers. Our ideal applicant... more details
Join the UK’s fastest growing communications service provider. Due to continued growth we are looking to recruit ambitious and energetic Field Sales Executives to acquire new customers and drive our business forward. The field sales executive will... more details
Includes working evenings, weekends and bank holidays. Deal promptly and efficiently with all customer enquiries, over the phone or face-to-face. Receive and process customer transactions and complete all computerised and paper based records. Ensure... more details
... Wakefield including Crigglestone, Rothwell, Normanton, Castleford, Pontefract, Hemsworth areas of West Yorkshire. A Full driving licence and Motorised transport is essential. We are looking to recruit reliable, caring people who want to make a real... 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.