Resources for jobseekers

REED and other organisations have a variety of tools and resources to support those looking for work, training or mental health support.

Resources for jobseekers

REED and other organisations have a variety of tools and resources to support those looking for work, training or mental health support.

Tools & resources

Redundancy support booklet

We’ve created a booklet to support people who have recently been made redundant or are currently looking for work with their next steps and career. Download for yourself or share with employees, friends and family who may find themselves in this position. 

Look for jobs in demand

From NHS workers and call centres to delivery drivers and home working vacancies, browse the jobs in highest demand at the moment or search across 42 sectors to find the right opportunity for you.

Register for temp work 

We’ve fast tracked our processes to help both public and private sector employers recruit permanent and temporary workers at speed during this challenging time.

Browse free courses

Taking a course doesn’t have to be costly, browse a wide range of free courses, from ‘Essential IT Skills’ and ‘Business Administration’ to ‘Health and Nutrition’ and ‘Understanding Autism’

Webinar: Digital Marketing Strategy with Google Digital Garage & Keep Britain Working. For small businesses or aspiring digital marketers, this webinar will help you understand what Digital Marketing is, learn about Digital Marketing channels and build a Digital Marketing plan.

Register for the webinar on 21st July

Stay healthy 

We have asked our experts in nutrition, fitness and wellbeing to put together these free resources that you can use to support you and your family. 

Watch our webinar 

James Reed (CEO – REED) and Yvette Jeal PCC (International Executive Coach) provide advice, guidance and practical steps on getting back into the workplace.

Career Advice

We’ve put together a wide range of tips – written by experts – in everything from CVs and interviews, through to finding the right job and career development.

Jobhelp, from Jobcentre Plus

Despite the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak, there are still jobs out there to apply to. We’re here to help you get started.

You can also find hints and tips on applying for jobs if you haven’t done so for a while. If you are looking for a full or part-time job in England, Scotland or Wales – or even some temporary work – visit Find a job.