Liverpool in Work

This project is part of the Liverpool City Region Ways to Work Programme and is part funded by the Combined Authority Strategic Investment Fund (SIF)

Jobseekers – step back to work

If you’re unemployed, over 16 and live in Liverpool, our apprenticeships, training opportunities, job clubs and one-to-one support will give you the skills and confidence to get back to work.

Step back to work with us

Employers – use our expertise

We offer employers free recruitment and development services to help them fill vacancies, find new contracts and develop their staff.

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Social Care – a rewarding career

If you like working with people , social care offers a worthwhile job that can become a rewarding, long term career.
A career in social care offers long term employment prospects and opportunities for promotion and progression.

Find our current vacancies in social care

Jobs, apprenticeships and courses

Contact Resolution Officer - 999 Call Handler
Pay: £24,921.00 - £27,351.00
Closing date: 31/07/2024
Research Technician
Pay: £27,980.00 - £32,333.00
Closing date: 31/07/2024
Welfare Officer (Merseyside Sport Partnership)
Pay: £26,845.00 - £31,099.00
Closing date: 08/05/2024
4 x Trainee EMHPs (Education Mental Health Practitioners)
Pay: £31,364.00 - £33,024.00
Closing date: 30/04/2024
Resource Planner - Reactive Maintence
Pay: £27,980.00 - £32,333.00
Closing date: 30/04/2024

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Other opportunities

As of July 2023

Recruited participants

Moved into employment

Recruits with a disability

BAME participants

Recruits aged 50+

‘Thank you for all your help with finding us candidates for our apprenticeship scheme. The recent candidates have been really impressive. We really struggled to fill the positions without your help.’

Kevin Lang

Director, Summit Marine Scaffolding

‘I had amazing support from Liverpool in Work during my NHS training course and placement. I have now fitted into a new role as a bank staff healthcare assistant at Liverpool Royal Hospital really well.’

Hajar Ihnich

Successful jobseeker