Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership
The Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership (GLLEP) holds monthly online jobs and career fairs.
Visiting on the day gives you the opportunity to:
- talk directly to employers
- chat to training organisations
- seek advice about job hunting from support services
If you are unable to make the day, you can access video resources and exhibition online. You will have the opportunity to send emails to the organisations.
The GLLEP has videos to help you find out what job-ready skills you need. These include:
- help and advice on personal branding
- how to prepare for an interview
- how to create a good application
World of work
World of Work will tell you all you need to know about working in Lincolnshire.
If you are looking for inspiration and want to find a job that fits your personality, try the Lincolnshire career profiler.
Explore the wide range of local employers to discover the variety of roles they offer.
All about careers
All About Careers is a great way to find out what is involved in all areas of work. It can help if you are:
- a school-leaver
- a graduate
- thinking about which exams to study for at school
Explore a range of careers to find out what is involved, what options you would have to study further. You can make informed decisions with advice about:
- applying for jobs or higher education
- work experience
The National Careers Service
For advice, guidance and information, visit the National Careers Service. It can help you make an informed choice about your career.
Find out what a job involves whether you are looking to get started or searching for a change of direction.
You can speak to an advisor on 0800 100 900 or use their web chat to talk to someone.
Find out how to:
- write a CV
- ideas for further study or online learning
- checking your personal and work skills to help you find your dream job
To find out about careers closer to home, visit the 2aspire website.
It has information about:
- local job fairs showcasing the range of opportunities in Lincolnshire
- tips on job-hunting
- how volunteering can help you gain life experience and new skills
Access to Work
You can request financial support if you have a disability, a physical or mental health condition affecting your chances of finding a job or staying in work.
Access to Work will not provide the support that the employer should already be giving.
An Access to Work grant can pay for:
- special equipment you may need
- getting to and from work.
You might not be able to get the support if you are receiving certain benefits.
Help with your payslip
You can find information about your payslip, tax codes and a P45, visit the Money Advice Service website.