Melin Works is our service that supports residents to find employment. Visit the Melin Works Facebook page for regular updates about local employment opportunities.
On this page you'll find a selection of jobs available from our partners. There will be links to either the sites themselves to apply or relevant info for sending in your CV or application form. For tips and advice to help give your job search a boost; including CV help, interview tips and support for filling in applications, check out The Daily Jobseeker.
We are also in partnership with Citizens Advice. We are working together to offer our residents the chance to gain invaluable skills, self-development, confidence and new opportunities. For more information about these opportunities, see our Citizens Advice page.
If you're looking to change careers take a look at this online issue of Changing Careers Magazine.
For anyone leaving education there's a helpful website called Moving On.
For a general job search across any of the recruitment sites, just click on the logos below:
Vacancies with our partners
Newport City Council - Newport
£15,807 - £16,871 a year - Full-time, Contract
Application closing date 05/06/2017 Job type General Salary Grade 2, SCP 11 - 14, £15,807 - £16,871 Package Full Time, Fixed Term until 31st March 2018 Job category Administration Job information Post No. SSCF0252 - Administrative Assistant
An exciting temporary opportunity has arisen to join the Business Support Team that supports the Integrated Family Support Service (IFSS) and the Youth Offending Service (YOS) in Newport. The Integrated Family Support Service is made up of variety of operational teams including Family Support Team (FST), Integrated Family Support Team Gwent (IFST), Family Assessment and Support Service (FASS), Family Contact Service (FCS) who are based at Old Brynglas Hostel along with the YOS and Preventions Team around the Family (TAF) who are based at Lower Dock Street. These services all operate within a dynamic fast moving environment and in a multi-agency setting.
Woodland Reserves Officer, Usk to Wye
Gwent Wildlife Trust - Monmouth
£21,327 - £23,463 a year - Permanent
Gwent Wildlife Trust is seeking to recruit a full-time Woodland Reserves Officer, working within the Usk to Wye Living Landscape team, to take on the responsibility of managing a small suite of woodland nature reserves, and develop and oversee engagement opportunities within these sites.
The post holder will undertake practical woodland management, sometimes with the use of machinery, carry out relevant species and habitat surveys and monitoring, generate income from woodland products and offer advice to private woodland owners, amongst other things. We are looking for applicants who are experienced at managing woodlands for conservation, can teach others about woodland ecology, are physically fit and able to work on difficult terrain, have experience in felling trees, are competent in the use of a range of powered equipment and have experience of working with volunteers, groups or involving others in nature conservation.