Online tools for job-seeking How do I know which job/career is right for me? There are a number of online careers interest guides to help you decide what you might want to do. National Careers Service: You can also look at different types of jobs descriptions, typical pays and entry requirements by visiting the National Careers Service website. Start: a free, online careers platform, designed to connect 11-18 year olds with their future career potential. Job search resources Once you have decided on the type of job you want to apply for, you can look for current vacancies using one of the many job search websites that available (e.g. Indeed, Totaljobs.com, CV Library). The vacancies available through the Jobcentre plus network can be accessed on the Universal Jobmatch website. Other job search resources are listed below with industry-specific job search sites. For jobs in the voluntary sector: Third sector jobs Charity job For jobs in the media: Workcircle Total jobs Gumtree For jobs in construction: Jobsite For jobs in IT: Jobisjob Jobsite For jobs in the NHS: NHS jobs For jobs in healthcare: emedcareers For jobs in local government: Guardian jobs For jobs in the Civil Service: Civil service jobs Self employment Prospects: This is a good resource to help you think about what type of business you could run, freelancing, and how to start a business. Apprenticeships National apprenticeships webpages: The national apprenticeship service Find an apprenticeship Get in Go Far Access to Work grants: funding for disabled people to get to work up to £40k pa to fund access & reasonable adjustments Benefits & Welfare Advice Better Off Calculators: Entitled To Turn2 Us Lisson Grove Find your local CAB for welfare support Sharing Personal Information & Equality Act Discrimination and mental health Equality Act 2010 publication, version 3. Last updated December 2015; next update December 2017. Supporting clients with Sharing Personal Information Rethink: Disclosure Time to change Disclosure: Telling your manager and talking about mental health problems at work Sharing Personal Information where there is a forensic history (criminal convictions) Unlock – a charity for people with criminal convictions NACRO Disclosing criminal records publication Free legal advice service University of Greenwich Legal advice centre We have taken every care to ensure that all information on this site is correct at the time the content is prepared, but cannot accept liability for content that is published in good faith. Any links from this site are provided for information only and do not imply an endorsement of any particular site.