There are a range of services that can help you to get a job and develop your career. There is support to help you with every step of your career journey from applying for jobs to becoming self-employed.
Getting involved in voluntary work can be a useful way of gaining work experience and learning new skills, as well as making contacts, improving your confidence and helping others.
North Ayrshire Council Vacancies – NAC already has over 7,000 employees working hard to make North Ayrshire among the best of the best. North Ayrshire Council can offer a focused, passionate and inspirational workplace where you can really make a difference in helping to provide a wide variety of services.
North Ayrshire Council has a positive approach to employing and retaining people with disabilities and those with health conditions and is proud to be recognised as a Disability Confident Employment and to be able to display the Disability Confident Scheme identity.
As users of the Disability Confident Scheme, the Council guarantees to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for a vacancy – the minimum criteria being the essential criteria specified on the Role Profile and providing acceptable evidence of our Staff Value and Behaviours.
To view their vacancies, please visit MyJobScotland, if you are unable to apply on-line due to a disability, please contact the HR Team on 01294 324650 for further support and guidance on how to apply.
North Ayrshire Employability Hubs
CEIS Ayrshire – For employment, Business services and training needs.
Fair Start Scotland – An employability service for those with mental and physical disabilities and barriers in North Ayrshire.
- A look at the 10 most important rights employees should know about (e.g. statutory sick pay, flexible working, parental leave, and rights under the Equality Act of 2010)
- A good overview of each employee rights, including key summaries, limitations and exemptions, and important facts and figures.
- Understanding employee rights during COVID-19: information on the job retention scheme and government grants and benefit schemes to help support workers during the pandemic.
- Links to all relevant employment resources to help you better research your rights at work.