St Helens Chamber and Starting Point is here to help people across the Liverpool City Region to find and apply for work. We can support you with everything from your CV, through to interview skills, training and much more!
St Helens Chamber can help you find a job
As the National Careers Service for St Helens, our qualified Careers Advisers are on hand to offer advice and insights into the local job market, helping you to identify your transferrable skills and suggest career routes which may suit you.
Here are just some of the ways we can support you:
Our qualified Careers Advisers are able to help you apply for work, and give impartial career advice.
They can cover CV writing, interview skills and more in one to one appointments.
We hold regular jobs fairs to help connect local jobseekers with companies recruiting in the area.
Throughout these events our team is on hand to help you apply for roles.
Free Short Courses
We have a range of free short courses designed to give you the skills local employers are looking for.
Many courses come with a qualification too.
We can offer help with searching for jobs, job applications, CV writing and interview skills.
We can also help you apply for funding to help you retrain and ensure your qualifications are up to date.
Routeway to Employment
Each routeway is different, but all include a guaranteed interview for one of the live roles on offer with the employer on completion of the training.
Support for Veterans
We have a dedicated programme to support Veterans and their dependents back into work.
This programme builds the skills of Veterans and helps them to find their transferrable skills to get back into work.
Support with Self Employment
If you have a great idea for a business but don’t know where to start we can help. Hundreds of people have made self employment a reality with our support and you could be next!
New Horizons is a project offering support to people who experience specific and multiple barriers accessing job, training and education opportunities.
National Careers Service
The National Careers Service provides personalised careers information, advice and guidance to assist young people and adults to make informed choices about learning, employment and skills.
Useful resources for jobseekers
If you’re looking for a job, or preparing for an interview we have some useful resources to help you get started. If you have any questions or would like further support, please do get in touch.
Online Jobs Board
We have created an online jobs board where anyone can share vacancies in the local area.
*Employers please note, we don’t offer recruitment services but you are welcome to share your vacancies in the group*
Top tips for your next job interview
Senior Careers Adviser Ruby gives her top tips for excelling in your next interview.
How to cope when facing redundancy
Careers Adviser Emma talks about redundancy and how to cope during this difficult time.
Careers Skills Assessment
Find out which careers your skills match up with, using the National Careers Service Skills Assessment.