Haven't you ever considered it might be time to consider changing jobs? There's a raft of opportunities available in Birmingham right now. Fancy working at Aldi - your favourite supermarket? We've got you covered. Do you want a career on the railway - be with it Network Rail or Virgin? Or how about in the skies, with Jet2 or Emirates? We've got those listed below, too. There are jobs to suit every skill set.
There are 80 jobs available from management through to host level. The new family-friendly attraction is recruiting technicians, front of house staff, ride operators and guest experience. Roles relating to food and beverage and retail are also available. For anyone who is looking to apply, click here.
The trainees are set to be recruited by the Agency so they can eventually work as investigators and intelligence officers. If this sounds up your street and you're looking for a new job, there's a few things to know. You'll be fighting serious and organised and tackling the most complex areas of criminality. This ranges from people trafficking to child abuse. The two-year initial operational training programme will be demanding and require full flexibility and the ability to work long hours at short notice.
All officers working on or supporting this type of operational activity will undergo a psychological assessment on taking up the role and at regular intervals once in post. By applying for this role you are confirming that you are willing to work on child sexual exploitation and abuse operations. Read More The National Crime Agency wants Brummies to become crime-fighting trainees As a trainee investigator you will investigate serious criminality, working as part of a team to collect and develop intelligence and evidence; to build and contribute to case file preparation to prosecute offenders.
You will be working closely with other departments and partner agencies to identify threats from criminality and work in a dynamic, often highly intensive environment, to pursue offenders. As a trainee intelligence officer you will be employed to collect, research and assess a wide variety of information that will support the decision making process that underpins the National Crime Agency. This will include a variety of techniques that include collecting, planning, analysing, evaluating, fusing and disseminating information in the context of the operation or activity you are supporting.
Ultimately the result of your intelligence activity helps to protect the UK public and the operations we conduct at home and overseas. In your application, you will be given the option to give three preferred locations. So, if you have ever daydreamed of ditching your boring nine-to-five office job and headed for a role on the traintracks, you're in luck.
Now, before we go any further, it's probably worth mentioning there's certain criteria. It's a three year training programme and, according to the Liverpool Echo, you'll spend 21 weeks living and learning at the Network Rail training facilities. These are situated in Westwood, and you'll then be stationed at a depot closer to home. The apprenticeships are open to anybody nationwide. Trainees will get to specialise in electrification and plant, overhead lines, signalling, telecoms, track or off track - and receive expert training in whichever specialism they choose.
During the week residential stay, the company will pay for your accommodation, three meals a day, work clothes and safety equipment. Network Rail is responsible for looking after 20, miles of track, 40, bridges and viaducts and thousands of signals and level crossings. Read More Aldi Image: This position involves everything from checking off deliveries to dealing with enquiries or ensuring that the shelves are fully stocked with well-presented products.
Virgin is offering a year-long training course to teach new drivers all the skills they need to join the company. Applications for the apprenticeship scheme close on March 2 , and there are three places on offer in Glasgow, Wolverhampton and London.
Virgin are expecting over 1, applications for just three places on the trainee scheme - so get applying quick. Read More This is every single job vacancy at West Midlands Police right now West Midlands Police West Midlands Police needs you has launched a recruitment drive for volunteers - and there a number of other roles available too. Up for grabs are an array of roles - from walking puppies, special constables, showing people around the police museum or even helping out at stations.
There are also volunteer vacancies in neighbourhood policing teams, working with youths and helping the Economic Crime Unit. Volunteers have played a vital role in West Midlands Police ever since it was created in Volunteering in British policing dates back to the 13 Century, when King Henry III ruled that all men stand guard in order to preserve the peace of the realm.
But if you fancy getting paid for your work, the force also has a number of other opportunities - and we've listed them ALL here. Emirates, which connects Birmingham to the Far East and Australia through Dubai, is recruiting cabin crew staff. You must be at least 21 and cm tall.
Fluency in other languages is desirable.