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Ealing Council is now a youth friendly employer

Ealing Council is officially a ‘youth friendly employer’ and is working hard to support young residents into training and employment.

The council has signed up to the youth friendly employer charter set out by Youth Employment UK – which brings together young people, employers, and policy with the aim of having a positive impact on young people’s job chances.

Having this youth friendly employer badge shows that the council is committed to best youth employment practices as an organisation, helping young people access great work. Ealing Council is doing this by offering roles with achievable entry requirements, providing career support, as well as courses and workshops to suit all interests and knowledge levels. It is always working towards making the council a place young people from all backgrounds can thrive in and it aims to have this ethos at the core of all the work it does.

Take a step to a better career

Would you like to join Ealing Council and start a rewarding and satisfying career in the public sector? We are currently hiring for a few exciting apprenticeship vacancies:

Read more about each apprenticeship and apply. Have a look at council’s recruitment website and Work Ealing to explore various youth-friendly opportunities ranging from apprenticeships through to employment and training programmes.

Get in touch

Work Ealing has a dedicated team, many of whom started their careers as apprentices themselves, working to help young people get better work and training opportunities. Get advice and help by emailing apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk or calling 020 8825 6234.

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