Job Centre: Bromborough
1 Port Causeway,
10 Jobs Found in Bromborough:
|Maintenance Shift Engineer - Electrical||Permanent||£25000 - £28000/annum||View Job description »|
|HGV / LGV class 2 driver PERM role||Permanent||£8 - £12/hour||View Job description »|
|Day Shift Engineering Area Leader||Permanent||£32000/annum||View Job description »|
|Shift Leader / Production||Permanent||View Job description »|
|Field Service Engineer||Permanent||£28000 - £30000/annum||View Job description »|
|Graduate Chemical Engineer||Contract||£9 - £12/hour||View Job description »|
|Senior Management Accountant||Permanent||£40000/annum||View Job description »|
|Day Shift Engineer||Permanent||£30000/annum||View Job description »|
|Maintenance Engineer||Contract||£30000/annum||View Job description »|
|Maintenance Engineer (Nights)||Permanent||£30000/annum||View Job description »|
Getting to Bromborough Jobcentre
Bromborough does have two train stations of its own, but if you're going to the local job centre, it's best to take the train to Spital and get off here.
From Spital train station, you just need to come out onto the main road and turn left, following the road for around 10 minutes until you reach a roundabout. Go right here and then take the first left down Mill Road. This will take you onto another main road, the New Chester Road. Go left here and continue for around 10 minutes until you reach Port Causeway. Go right here and you will see the job centre in Bromborough almost immediately to your right.
The New Chester Road is well-served by regular buses from Birkenhead, Ellesmere Port, Eastham, Hooton, New Ferry and Bromborough itself. Many of these stop right by Port Causeway, where the job centre is located.
Some of the most popular services include the 118 and 119 buses, which stop just a stone's throw from the job centre, the 41, which runs through Woodchurch, New Ferry and Birkenhead, and the 40.
Travelling by Car
Port Causeway, where the job centre in Bromborough is located, is right off the main A41. This means it is very easy to get to if you're travelling by car from New Ferry or Birkenhead to the north or from Eastham or Ellesmere Port from the south. This main road also links with the M53 and the A550.