Job Centre: Bilston
5 Jobs Found in Bilston:
|Counterbalance FLT Drivers||Permanent, Temporary||£7.50/hour||View Job description »|
|Car Auction Driver||Temporary||£7.20/hour||View Job description »|
|Customer Experience Manager - Bilston||Permanent||£23000 - £27000/annum||View Job description »|
|Bookkeeper||Permanent, Part Time||£10500 - £15000/annum||View Job description »|
|Floor Manager - Bilston||Permanent||View Job description »|
Bilston Jobcentre location
Bilston does not have its own train station, though it is on the Midland Metro system, with regular tram links to Wolverhampton, Dudley, West Bromwich and Birmingham.
If you're travelling into the town by tram and heading to the local job centre, then you should get off at the Bilston Central tram stop. From here, exit onto Church Street and then go left, walking down the main pedestrianised shopping street until you reach High Street. Then, just before you reach a small roundabout, you will see your local job centre on your right.
Bilston enjoys excellent public transport links with surrounding communities, as well as to all nearby cities and towns. For example, regular buses run to the town from Bradley, Moxley, Dudley, Darlaston, Walsall and Wilenhall, as well as from Wolverhampton and Birmingham.
If you're travelling to the Bilston Jobcentre Plus by bus, you should get off at the main town bus station on Wood Street. Exit the bus station onto Wood Street and then follow this onto the main pedestrianised shopping street. Go left and walk to the end of the street, onto High Street, where you will see the job centre on your right.
Travelling by Car
The job centre in Bilston is just moments from the main A463. So, if you're coming into Bilson on this main road, get off at the main roundabout serving the town centre and then, at the next, smaller roundabout, take a right onto High Street, where the job centre is located.
High Street is also directly connected with the A4039, running west into Ettingshall, and the B4162, which links to the A41 to Wolverhampton.
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