Job Centre: Beverley
Crosskill House ,
5 Jobs Found in Beverley:
|Office Assistant||Part Time||negotiable||View Job description »|
|Adult Social Worker||Contract||£16.98 - £21/hour||View Job description »|
|Care Assistants/Support Workers - New Career||Permanent||£11.70/hour (Up To), Plus mileage||View Job description »|
|Support Workers – Beverley||Temporary||£7.50 - £8.50/annum||View Job description »|
|Financial Controller - Healthcare Industry||Permanent||£50000 - £52000/annum||View Job description »|
Getting to Beverley Jobcentre
Beverley enjoys excellent connections across north Yorkshire, including with small villages and communities served by the town's Jobcentre services such as Arram and Cottingham.
Getting from Beverley train station to the job centre is both quick and easy. All you need to do is exit the station and turn right, following the approach road onto Trinity Lane. Go right here, following this street round to the left, until you see Wilbert Lane on your right. Go down here and, after around 250 yards you enter Mill Lane, then you will see the local Jobcentre office on your left.
Beverley is served by a number of buses, connecting the town centre with small villages as well as with nearby York, Scarborough and Hull.
If you're travelling into Beverly by bus and heading to the job centre, you should get off at the town's bus station on Sow Hill Road. From here, simply exit onto New Walkergate, turn right, take the next left down Morton Lane and, after five minutes, go right up Mill Lane, where you will soon see the job centre in Beverley.
Travelling by Car
The job centre is easy to reach if you're travelling into Beverley by car. Simply aim for the A164 and turn off on Morton Lane, following this round to Mill Lane, or aim for the A1174 and turn off on Mill Lane itself. From the job centre, the A1035 and the A164 are also just moments away, offering quick and easy connections with the rest of North Yorkshire.