Isle of Wight Jobs

Below are the articles that OnTheWight has published in connection with Isle of Wight jobs.

Jobs on the Isle of Wight can show seasonal changes as this is a tourist island, but many other vacancies are offered by a wide range of companies.

Isle of Wight council jobs have declined over the years, but vacancies are still offered by them.

OnTheWight publishes monthly statistics showing how many people living on the Isle of Wight are claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) – a rough indicator of unemployment levels.

Joshua wins Star Award for customer service at Hovertravel

Joshua Sheekey getting his Customer Service Award

Josh is bright, cheerful and friendly and truly embodies Hovertravel's value of friendliness. Hovertravel say they're proud to have him on their team

Wednesday, 19th February, 2020 3:40pm

By Stephen Forster

Another rise in Islanders claiming out of work benefits

person job seeking with paper and pen

There’s been another rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year

Tuesday, 18th February, 2020 4:26pm

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments

Senior Isle of Wight Highways PFI manager quits job for better offer

Empty seat

The senior Highways PFI Isle of Wight council officer is taking up a new post on the mainland in April, after getting an offer the council could not match

Tuesday, 18th February, 2020 8:22am

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with 9 readers' comments

December saw rise in Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits

Job Centre Plus sign

There’s been another rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year

Tuesday, 21st January, 2020 9:36am

By Sally Perry

Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits rises again

Person looking for jobs in paper

There’s been another rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year

Wednesday, 18th December, 2019 9:28am

By Sally Perry

Future of maintenance and IT jobs at Cowes Enterprise decided

cowes enterprise college

Unison South East regional secretary Steve Torrance warned the proposed cuts would put the safety of pupils and staff at risk.

Wednesday, 27th November, 2019 3:11pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits rises again

job centre plus signage

There’s been a small rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year.

Wednesday, 13th November, 2019 6:59am

By Sally Perry with one comment

Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits rises

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There’s been a small rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year.

Tuesday, 15th October, 2019 10:41am

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments

Rise in number of residents claiming out of work benefits

job centre plus signage

There’s been a small rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year.

Tuesday, 10th September, 2019 9:53am

By Sally Perry

Seasonal fall in number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits

job centre plus

There’s been another seasonal fall in number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, but a rise since the same time last year.

Tuesday, 13th August, 2019 12:15pm

By Sally Perry

Solent LEP’s Careers Summit sets out vision for support

Rachael Randall, Solent LEP Business Director and education lead

The latest Solent Local Enterprise Partnership Summer Careers Summit has been hailed a success.

Wednesday, 17th July, 2019 5:48pm

By Stuart Hunt with one comment

Public Health merger plans criticised over ‘lack of due diligence’

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Cllr Michael Lilley said the report did not provide due diligence, criticising the lack of a risk and value for money analysis or consideration of other options.

Wednesday, 17th July, 2019 12:12pm

By David Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter