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.
...Sales Agent, Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm, £7.42 per hour plus commission, Weekly pay Our client, a contact centre in central Wakefield, is currently looking for Sales Agents to work on one of their most prestigious accounts, a well known... more details
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious individual to join an exciting and vibrant company. Apply now! You will be working for... An internet based vehicle leasing broker offering excellent value vehicle contract hire to businesses and... more details
...Cars2 are a successful Motor retailer looking for an Apprentice to be based in the Service department, at their busy Wakefield dealership, providing some cover in Barnsley. To apply for this Apprentice role at Cars2, you must hold or are working... more details
...Hours per Week - 37.5 Hours will be worked on a rota system which will also include weekends and bank holidays. We are looking to recruit a talented and motivated retail manager to effectively manage the day to day running of the Wakefield Shop... more details
...Security Officer - Retail Mobile Relief Wakefield & surrounding £9.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Mobile Relief Security Officer to be based in the Wakefield area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites... 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.