Get help finding a job
Universal Job Match
Universal Job Match is one of Britains largest databases of job vacancies, which is updated constantly with thousands of new jobs are available every week.
- Find a job with Universal Job Match - Gov.uk website
National Careers Service
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities.
The service offers confidential and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers.
Work clubs support with job seeking, including help with CVs and job applications.
Find a work club near you:
Jobcentre Plus can help you find a job.
The Oldham office is at 75 Union street.
Ask about Jobseeking website
Visit the Ask about Business website for all the best jobseeking information in one place from CV writing and job interview techniques to time saving tools and links to online jobsites
Oldham libraries have a wide range of specialist resources to support job seeking and identifying training and learning opportunities.
- Information about training and learning opportunities
- University and college prospectuses
- Local and national newspapers
- Computers with free Internet access in all libraries to search for job vacancies, produce a CV and apply for jobs online
- Fame and Mint UK available online in all libraries to generate mailing lists to distribute your CV and get detailed company information to prepare for interview.
Ask library staff for more information about any of these resources.
Information sessions at libraries
Regular events and workshops to support job seeking, including annual jobs and skills fairsSelect 'Business and Employment' to view relevant events in the library events calendar.
Support for business start ups
Oldham libraries have a wide range of specialist resources to help support local business start ups.
75 Union Street