The town of Wrexham is situated in North Wales. Close to the English border, the town was a pioneer for the industrial revolution in the 18th century. It is governed by the unitary authority of Wrexham County Borough Council. The Council is among the biggest employers in the town. Working in public administration is an ideal career for school leavers, those wanting a change from working in the private sector or for graduates. Local government roles can mean offering support and help to the public, assisting with social care, managing leisure facilities and a range of other worthwhile roles. Graduates should watch out for the National Graduate Development Programme - a graduate scheme for local government throughout England and Wales.
...IT Support Engineer – Wrexham, up to £30k I have a great opportunity for an IT Support Engineer to join a well-established, Wrexham based manufacturing business. This company is a major player within their Industry and they do have some impressive... more details
The role of Sales Planner is focussed on delivering the best results for customers. This role supports the sales teams and the business as a whole to deliver the best proposals and put together eye catching presentations for clients. Job... more details
...Network and Security Engineer/ Consultant Job Title: Network and Security Engineer/ Consultant: Cisco, MPLS, VMWare Location: Wrexham, near Chester and M6 corridor field based Salary: £35, 000 to £50, 000 (dependent upon experience) An ICT solutions... more details
...Lead Developer - C#, ASP.Net, SQL - Wrexham - to 35k Our client are looking for a lead developer to join their expanding product development team and lead a group of 4-8 developers. This is an exciting opportunity to taking a leading role... more details
I am looking for experienced Machine Operators, however training will be given. The right candidate will be employed temporary, however looking to become permanent position. You must be able to get to Llay by 6am. The hours of work are 12 hour... more details
Wrexham Industrial Estate is the second biggest industrial estate in the UK and one of the largest in Europe. The industrial accommodates 300 businesses and 7000 staff. Kelloggs and Calypso are just two of the companies that have bases there. There are many full-time opportunities at different companies across the estate, many offering apprenticeships and training to young people. JCB, who have a base at the estate, offer career paths for skilled engineers, a Graduate Scheme and also offer apprenticeships for young talented people