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The Jobs Pod – Episode 2

Welcome back to another Jobs Pod from Jobsgopublic! This week we’re discussing how we are getting on with our new year’s resolutions (OK, so the gym membership renewal might have to now wait until February!) and how you can make your resolution of finding a new career a success in 2018. Have a listen today. […]

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Your next Social Work role

Croydon Council is dedicated to improving the future of children and young people – and they need passionate and skilled social care professionals to help them do it. As Croydon improves and expands its children’s services, Jobsgopublic are delighted to announce the launch of a brand-new social work website to support their recruitment campaign. Barbara […]

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New Year, New Career

As always, a new year brings with it thoughts of changing things for the better. Whether it’s joining a gym, learning Spanish or taking up the piano, a new year can provide that spur to try and up your game. One of the biggest such changes is finding a new job. You spend a large […]

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The Jobs Pod – Episode 1

Hello and welcome to our first ever Jobsgopublic podcast! We’re so excited to kick start the new year with the launch of the brand new ‘Jobs Pod”. Here, you’ll find us discussing and sharing top tips on all things job related. In our first edition of the ‘Jobs Pod’ we discuss the often-dreaded interview. From […]

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Find Your Next Role at Eastbourne Borough and Lewes District Councils

Are you looking for a fresh start in the new year? Lewes District and Eastbourne Borough Councils are now recruiting to a number of great roles across a range of service areas, including housing, planning and licensing. This recruitment drive comes in the midst of an exciting transformation programme, integrating the services and systems of […]

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Dyslexia – The Gift and the Curse – Part Two

In the first part of this blog, I attempted to dispel some myths about Dyslexia. No, it doesn’t make me stupid. No, it isn’t a spelling or reading problem. Yes, there are positives/advantages to being Dyslexic. In part two, I’m going to be taking a look at living as a Dyslexic and the various things […]

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Staying motivated through December

The temperature is freezing, night time seems to start in the middle of the afternoon and the chances are you’ve probably got a cold. Yes, it’s December again, and it’s not always that much fun. You might be struggling to stay motivated amid all the snuffles and the artic weather conditions. It’s hard to work […]

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10 Top Telephone Interview Tips

So you’ve got a telephone interview? Great! Your application has clearly made a good first impression and the employers would like to know more about you. Now you have to opportunity to build on your early success and seal the deal. While any interview will always be a bit nerve-wracking, we’ve put together 10 simple […]

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Dyslexia – The Gift and the Curse – Part One

Dyslexia is one of the most misunderstood yet common conditions in the world. It effects around 10 – 20 % of the population, meaning there are dyslexic people in almost every work place. Despite this, very few people actually know anything about it. When I was nineteen I was officially diagnosed with severe dyslexia. In […]

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