If you are thinking about moving into your own property, securing employment is a really important way of making private rented housing more affordable. There is lots of help and support available locally and we’ve included some information about this below:


Jobsmatch works by matching employers to people looking for work, as well as offering careers support, access to training and job coaching.



In response to the crisis in Ukraine, ‘United for Ukraine’ has been set up by businesses and other partners across the North of England to support evacuees coming to our region. This site provides access to employment and support services.

For Ukrainian nationals, this initiative provides a searchable list of vacancies with employers who have committed to providing good job opportunities in a supportive environment.

For employers, this initiative provides an easy and direct way to communicate job opportunities to Ukrainian nationals coming to the UK.  The site also provides a wide range of information on further support that your new colleagues may find helpful.



The SKylight team can provide you with advice and guidance on getting back into work, including job searching and gaining work experience, identifying an apprenticeship, accessing training or work placements and much more



The government recently updated the Find a job: Homes for Ukraine guidance, which includes information on where to find work, signposting support and how to access skills-based training for employment.