Job Centre: Leicester New Walk
2A New Walk,
1018 Jobs Found in Leicester New Walk:
|Food & Beverage Supervisor||Any||Competitive||View Job description »|
|C# .Net Developer||Any||Market related||View Job description »|
|Technical Project Manager||Any||View Job description »|
|Ladies Fast Fashion Designer||Any||Negotiable||View Job description »|
|Credit Controller||Any||View Job description »|
|ASSISTANT BUYER - MENS FOOTWEAR||Any||Permanent||View Job description »|
|Estimator - East Midlands||Any||View Job description »|
|Technical Business Manager||Any||View Job description »|
|Coffee Shop Manager||Any||Competitive||View Job description »|
|Finance Director||Any||View Job description »|
|Chef de Partie||Any||£6.70 - 7.25 per hour + Tips||View Job description »|
|IT Manager||Any||Pro Rata||View Job description »|
|Senior Quantity Surveyor - Leicester - Civil Engineering||Any||View Job description »|
|Store Manager - GNC||Any||Competitive salary||View Job description »|
|Accounts Assistant - Leicester, Leicestershire||Any||View Job description »|
Leicester New Walk Jobcentre Plus
If you're arriving into Leicester by train, then it's just a short trip on foot to New Walk from the station.
After exiting the station, follow Station Street to the end and then cross over the main road. Turn left and follow the main Waterloo Way straight ahead for a few minute. You will soon see New Walk on your right, so turn down here and then you will see the Jobcentre Plus on your right after just a minute.
If you're travelling by bus, you should get off at Leicester Railway Station. Buses stopping here include the 31, 31A, 44, 83, 302 and many more. From here, you then need to follow the directions above to reach the local job centre in less than 5 minutes.
Travelling by Car
New Walk can be reached directly off the main A594, which runs through the centre of Leicester. If you're driving, then, you just need to head into Leicester city centre and follow the signs for the railway station. At the junction of where the A6 and the A594 meet, you will be able to see the turning for Wellington Street, so turn down here and you will find New Walk, which is pedestrianised, running parallel to this.