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    Hello

    Try Cv Submit Express - I got my first job with them. You'll have to google them.

    Thanks
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    i will take a look at the sites thank you
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    There is also http://targetjobs.co.uk/

    and you can register here to get access to a lot of information as well:

    http://www.targetjobs.co.uk/registra...2154994-1d4d5c
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    I came across this job opportunity to do a simple errand in London, this weekend see link for details http://t.co/6sPHG3Yv
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    I have found thestudentjob.com to be a pretty good site. Got to work in the Brit Awards and some football matches through them
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    I am looking here for some kind of partime job which i can do it in spare time and earn. If some knows about it please let me know.
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    In this site you can search for job.You just register it and they will send job matching your profile
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    http://thestudentjob.com/ - they have jobs at the Olympics.

    They were started up by KCH students, really cool, check out the Metro feature.
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    Is there any website you'd recommend in particular if im looking for a job that lasts the next couple of months before Uni? I've tried the typical, handing out CV's and such already with no luck!
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    do you guys have any site for west yorkshire
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    Sometimes Gumtree, can be good for finding part time stuff but it's a bit hit and miss. They have regional ones so your mileage may vary depending on where you are.

    I also found this website the other day that has information about mystery shopping and promotional work jobs. Again, they can be a bit hit and miss but they are good for a bit of part time cash. There's stuff on there about medical trials too, they pay very well but I'm not sure if I want to get involved in that sort of thing!
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    I quite like Indeed.

    It's a job search engine which covers many other sites.
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    Hi there,

    I am currently looking for someone to work for my company Initi8 Marketing. I have a commission only telesales position available, you may work anytime you like between working hours 9-5 on a self-employed basis (you are responsible for your own tax and NI contributions).
    The position requires you to work off your own initiative targeting businesses from specific sectors. You may work as much or as little as you like.

    You will be ringing businesses to book sales meeting for myself, if the client signs up, you will receive £100.

    It is preferable if you have experience and live in the Leeds/Bradford area.

    Please drop me a message if you are interested.
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    Any jobs that someone who is 15 can do in the summer?
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    ukgov.co.uk

    jobsite is really hard to find employment on though
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    Have a look at FieldStar. www.fieldstar.org
    It's free to join unlike some other promo work websites. Some interesting jobs on at the minute. I think once you join they email you with new jobs available and I actually pay the £3 a month professional membership so that I can use their online cv and cover letter templates.
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    Does anyone know any good agencies in the north east. Warehouse, retail etc?
    Or any links would be nice Not really sure how to go about things with agencies
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    Reed, jobsite and totaljobs are the best ones, monster is probably the worst (unless you live in London) other sites: Daily info in Oxford, plusone perrsonel in oxfordshire.
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    My advice, if you're looking for a job, is to look at one type of work, so, for example, retail or hospitality, it's better to choose the type that you've got some experience in. This way you can tailor your cv or application form to suit this type of work. That's what worked for me, good luck
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    I just had a look on reed.co.uk.

    They show the number of applicants who have applied for each vacancy so far. Just... wow.

    The only job relevant to me was a sales assistant... 89 applications. :mad:
 
 
 
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