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.

Further seasonal drop Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits

Bucket and spade

As we see every year, there was a seasonal drop in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits in June 2018.

Tuesday, 17th July, 2018 12:39pm

By Sally Perry with one comment

Jobs at South Boats saved by Diverse Marine

south-boats and diverse marine

The Director of Diverse Marine, says that "starting afresh and leaving the past behind has been invigorating for everyone involved".

Wednesday, 11th July, 2018 12:30pm

By Charles Skillings with one comment

Isle of Wight gas man retires after 45 years

SGN Operations managers Gavin, Phil, Paul and Glenn at Phil’s farewell lunch

Phil's bosses say he's been a loyal employee of SGN and his professionalism and dedication within operations has been second to none.

Thursday, 5th July, 2018 11:52am

By Waseem Hanif

Female staff recognised during International Women in Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day is celebrated on 23 June and aims to focus attention on the career opportunities that are available in the industry.

Tuesday, 19th June, 2018 10:06am

By Gavin Foster

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

Queue of people graffiti:

There was a seasonal drop in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits in May 2018.

Wednesday, 13th June, 2018 9:55am

By Sally Perry

Further drop in number Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits

job centre plus

Figures for the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits in April 2018 have been released.

Wednesday, 16th May, 2018 8:29am

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments

Red Funnel appoints new Chief Executive Officer

fran collins red funnel ceo

Fran joins the Isle of Wight ferry company from Condor, as Kevin George, the previous CEO, moves to be Red Funnel Group Chairman.

Tuesday, 24th April, 2018 2:26pm

By Ben Walker with one comment

50 new jobs opening up at Amey Isle of Wight: Open Day coming soon

amey workers

A whopping 50 new jobs are opening up at Amey on the Isle of Wight soon. Everyone who is interested is invited along to the open day being held on 3 May in Newport. Full details of the range of roles and the event enclosed.

Thursday, 19th April, 2018 6:59pm

By Feature Writer

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

Job seeking

Figures for the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits in March 2018 have been released.

Thursday, 19th April, 2018 9:18am

By Sally Perry

South East average earnings 45% higher than Isle of Wight and other tax figures you may (not) want to know

Money:

Lots of interesting figures in this article about Isle of Wight average earnings and their comparison to the UK and the South East. Things like: Island taxpayers paid over £121m tax in the year 2015-16.

Tuesday, 10th April, 2018 8:41pm

By Joseph Hook with 4 readers' comments

Women paid less at Isle of Wight Council, their own figures show

gender pay gap

OnTheWight has discovered the council's Gender Pay Gap Report. There are significantly more women working for the council than men and women's hourly rates are lower. The council claim it's not down to them paying differently for the same or equivalent work.

Wednesday, 4th April, 2018 1:51pm

By Simon Perry with 3 readers' comments

Calling all job seekers: Did you know about half price rail fares?

island line trains at shanklin people getting on

There is a discount card available to those claiming Jobseekers Allowance or Universal Credit which gives them half price train travel when attending interviews. OnTheWight has more detail.

Tuesday, 3rd April, 2018 11:40am

By The Office of Bob Seely with 5 readers' comments