This site is easier to read in landscape format on mobiles.

jobs

Lancaster and Morecambe Trades Union Council

David Barnes (Secretary), Lancaster & Morecambe TUC, 178A Lancaster Road, Morecambe LA4 5QP. Tel.: 07985 762573. Umbrella group for trade union branches to discuss and campaign on political and employment issues. Also operates resource centre for trade unions and public groups. 

Ludus Dance is looking for a Finance Officer

29/6/17: Have you got what it take to be Ludus' next Finance Officer? Always wanted to work in arts/dance?

City's Housing need projections fall apart as Enterprise Zone job expectations 'flop'

29/1/15: Image used by HM Gov. to publicise Lancashire Enterprise Zone Unfortunately the Lancashire Enterprise Zone near Preston, created in 2011 and anchored by two BAE sites at Samlesbury and Warton, was slated by government ministers last month (read BBC report) as the UK's 'worst-performing', as it had not yet created any jobs.

Lancashire County Council weighs up job cut proposals

14/1/14: Lancashire County councillors will meet to agree how to approach making significant reductions to the authority's workforce, in response to the latest Government funding cuts. The council expects to have to save around £300m from its annual budget in the next four years and is striving to avoid making compulsory redundancies.

Government promises more jobs for nuclear industry, Heysham 1's "life" to be extended

6/12/12: The Government has just published its Nuclear Supply Chain and Skills Action Plan which has been developed by Government in partnership with developers, professional bodies, trade associations and industry.

Local graduates land job roles through knowledge exchange

30/10/12: Knowledge partnerships between the University of Cumbria and a local business are resulting in exciting employment opportunities for local graduates. 26-year-old Dan Strong from Penrith, has landed a role as Director of IT for Keswick based M Update, a company providing clinical and medical training for healthcare.

Do you have the mettle to become a Special?

23/5/12: Northern Special Officers: left to right, Special Inspector Ruth Gardner, Special Sgt Simon Tracey, Special Sgt Jonathon Wilkin, Special Sgt Nick Harding, Special Constable Phillip Metcalfe and Special Constable Stephanie Holmes People looking for an exciting challenge that will give them new skills are being invited to become a Special Constable in the Lancaster and Morecambe area.