Job Vacancies at the Council are generally advertised in national newspapers and are available on-line.
If you become unemployed you may not be liable to pay the full amount of Council Tax.
If you have become unemployed you may need to claim benefit. The Department for Work and Pensions answers your questions about jobseeking and benefits.
Redundancy Help is an excellent website for anyone involved in redundancy.
Westminster Employment is a team within the Learning Disability Partnership in Westminster City Council’s Adults Services department. The Service offers supported employment to individuals from the most disadvantaged groups. Their contact number is ph: 020 7641 1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find out more about the scheme and the application processs.
Click here to read a case study.
WAES provides courses that are available at centres throughout Central London, from Victoria in the south to Maida Vale in the north, ranging from one day to one year, for all levels from beginner to advanced.
Westminster Works is a well funded programme to help people in Westminster find good jobs and get the training they need to (re)start a career.
If you are not a UK resident there may be some restrictions placed on you with regard to being allowed to work. There are a number of factors involed. If you are travelling from abroad you may need a visa and a work permit. Please visit the UK Boarder Agency Web site for more information.
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Full-time foster carers for Westminster will recieve a weekly fee, in addition to an allowance to cover costs such as pocket money, clothes and transport.