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German Doner Kebab to open new store this month

German Doner Kebab to open new store this month

Popular chain German Doner Kebab has confirmed it is opening a new Kent branch this month - creating 25 jobs.

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Town's second Jobcentre to open due to pandemic

Town's second Jobcentre to open due to pandemic

A second, temporary, Jobcentre is due to open in a town centre as part of the government's response to coronavirus.

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Could you be a volunteer at The Open this summer?

Could you be a volunteer at The Open this summer?

Following exciting news that The 149th Open is definitely happening this July, a recruitment campaign has begun to find volunteers

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100 jobs to be created at port health authority

100 jobs to be created at port health authority

New vacancies are waiting to be filled at a port health authority following new rules after Britain's departure from the EU.

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Hundreds of jobs open at Brexit lorry park

Hundreds of jobs open at Brexit lorry park

More than one hundred jobs are available at a lorry park for 1,600 vehicles.

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Jobs boost as work on trade park to begin

Jobs boost as work on trade park to begin

Work on a multi-million-pound trade park is set to begin - as developers look to cash in on a boom in out-of-town businesses.

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Openreach creates more than 100 jobs in Kent

Openreach creates more than 100 jobs in Kent

A digital infrastructure provider has announced it is creating 5,300 new jobs across the country despite pressures imposed by the pandemic.

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Unemployment likely to rise despite vaccine roll-out

Unemployment likely to rise despite vaccine roll-out

The number of people out of work rose in almost every part of Kent in November and a business leader believes rises will continue well into next year.

Cathedral’s treatment of zero-hours staff ‘not very Christian’

Cathedral’s treatment of zero-hours staff ‘not very Christian’

Canterbury Cathedral has been accused of acting in an un-Christian way by showing the door to several workers on zero-hours contracts.

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'I feel so passionate, I just absolutely love it':

'I feel so passionate, I just absolutely love it':

If you want to make a real difference, here's why retraining as a teacher could be for you

Drop in unemployment claims

Drop in unemployment claims

Last month saw a drop in unemployment, but it does not reduce the massive spike in the amount people who lost jobs at the start of the first lockdown.

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Kent Job of the Week: Trainee flooring fitter

Kent Job of the Week: Trainee flooring fitter

This trainee position at Turk’s Flooring in Ashford offering training and a weekly salary could be the perfect fit for you.

Kent Job of the Week: Warehouse operative and forklift driver

Kent Job of the Week: Warehouse operative and forklift driver

Morrisons in Sittingbourne is on the lookout for full time warehouse operatives and prior experience is not essential.

Kent Job of the Week: Teacher of English as a second language

Kent Job of the Week: Teacher of English as a second language

A boarding and day school in Gravesend is seeking a graduate to teach English as a foreign or second language.

Kent Job of the Week: Part time trainee estate agent

Kent Job of the Week: Part time trainee estate agent

Interested in a career as an estate agent? Then there's a trainee position paying up to £25,000 per year that could be right up your street.

'Apprenticeships really do work!'

'Apprenticeships really do work!'

He started as a trainee but now this qualified tradesman is becoming a trainer of apprentices at his boss's painting and decorating firm

Jobs boost as Home Bargains prepares to open

Jobs boost as Home Bargains prepares to open

A discount retailer is now recruiting staff ahead of opening at a former Homebase store that will have been vacant for three years.

Recruitment drive: Your community needs you

Recruitment drive: Your community needs you

Sponsored editorial: KCC needs social care professionals to help the fight against coronavirus

'Cash rich parent company could save P&O Ferries'

'Cash rich parent company could save P&O Ferries'

The parent company of a struggling ferry firm has been slammed for its $332m dividend payout while the government is being asked for a £150m bailout

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Jobs created amid economic turmoil

Jobs created amid economic turmoil

While some people have seen work dry up there are also new roles being created to meet the shifting demand caused by the virus outbreak.

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