Brent Works is a no cost service providing job and apprenticeship opportunities for local people, across a range of sectors, including construction.
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About the service
The service gives you:
- One-to-one advice and guidance towards finding work
- Connects residents to jobs and apprenticeships within Brent and across London
- Opportunity to work with training providers to upskill and prepare you for employment
The Brent Works team are here to support you into meaningful employment, and take the steps needed to get there. See the current job and apprenticeship opportunities available now for application.
Apprenticeship mailing list
If you are age 18-24 and looking for an apprenticeship, sign up to the Brent Works apprenticeship mailing list and be the first to hear of new vacancies.
To arrange an initial meeting to discuss your vacancies, you can meet the team and have an initial one-to-one meeting with an advisor by contacting us at Brent Civic Centre.
With major new developments occurring across Brent, especially in the Wembley Park area, this brings exciting new opportunities for local people to pursue careers, gain experience and work within the construction industry.
Brent Works are working with a number of Developers and Contractors, to fill trade, technical and support roles on sites across the Borough.
See our current lists below of construction vacancies and start your application today.
Job opportunities with Wembley Park construction
Other construction jobs in Brent
Brent Works for Employers
Brent Works provides a no cost job brokerage and apprenticeship service to help you find the best candidates for your roles.
How we can help you
We are here to ensure that your vacancies are filled by talented local people who can help grow and add value to your workforce. Our personalised service includes:
- a dedicated Account Manager, so you always have one named point of contact
- recruitment for your job vacancies and apprenticeships
- an employer led relationship, tailored to your needs and requirements
As part of the service, we thoroughly screen candidates before sending them forward for interview. We do all the hard work, so you don’t have to; meaning you can arrange interviews knowing only suitable and quality candidates will attend.
View the Brent Works vacancy list to see the variety of roles and businesses we work with.
What our business partners say
We have worked with a range of businesses across the borough, including Villachase:
“It was great working with the Brent Works team to find an apprentice. They took on the responsibility of helping us find the right employee, and arranging the learning provider. This not only benefits our apprentice but also our employees at Villachase. For anyone looking for an apprentice then Brent Works is the best choice in finding one.”
To arrange an initial meeting, please contact the team on: email@example.com or call: 0208 937 6292
What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a real job with training. It is a way for individuals to earn while they learn gaining valuable skills and knowledge in a specific job role.
Apprenticeships are available in 1,500 occupations across 170 industries. Businesses of all sizes and sectors in England can recruit an apprentice and they can last anything from 12 months to 4 years.
Apprenticeships benefit employers and individuals, and by boosting the skills of the workforce they help to improve economic productivity.
How do they work?
A training organisation such as a college, training provider or university will work closely with you to ensure the apprenticeship offered is the most appropriate for the individual’s job role, whilst reflecting both employer and learner needs.
Most of the training is on-the-job, working with a mentor to learn job specific skills in the workplace.
Who are they for?
Individuals over the age of 16, living in England and not in full time education can apply for an apprenticeship. Employers can offer apprenticeships to new entrants or use them to grow talent from among current employees.
Benefits of hiring Apprentices
Hiring apprentices is a productive and effective way for businesses to grow their own talent by developing a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce.
83% of employers would recommend apprenticeships to others. The average apprenticeship completer increases business productivity by £214 per week, with these gains including increased prospects, lower prices and better products.
Employers must give their apprentice an induction to their role and provide on the job training. Employers are responsible for paying their apprentice’s wages and issuing their contract of employment.
Download more information on apprenticeships and the apprenticeship from the National Apprenticeship Service.
Employers guide to apprenticeship