Post your job vacancies and opportunities on two websites for free

All members can advertise their job opportunities on the Buckinghamshire Business First website for free and they will automatically be added to the new Bucks Skills Hub website – a go-to resource for job seekers.

Make the most of a brand-new website and free advertising

The new Bucks Skills Hub website is a one-stop shop for all skills and career-related advice in Buckinghamshire.

For businesses, this website is where you can advertise your latest full and part-time job vacancies, as well as any work experience and internship opportunities – all for free. The Bucks Skills Hub works closely with all schools in Buckinghamshire and can help you engage with the next generation of your team.

The new website is the first of its kind in Buckinghamshire and is designed to inspire, support and inform career seekers, career changers and educators. We are supporting local businesses, people and the economy by making it easy to advertise jobs, whether you are preparing to reopen and #BuildBackBetter, grow and create new jobs or want to help young people into employment.

Post vacancies for free across two websites

Get started by posting your vacancies here. Vacancies are posted to the Buckinghamshire Business First website for free and are then automatically added to the new Bucks Skills Hub website – also for free!

Any updates you make to your advert on the Buckinghamshire Business First website will automatically apply to the Bucks Skills Hub advert too, so you don’t need to manage two separate accounts.

It’s two birds for the price of none – and you will be helping people start, relaunch or boost their career journey, whatever stage of life and work they are at.

Talk to our team if you have any questions about the process of posting vacancies. Call 01494 927130 or email membership@bbf.uk.com.

Employment resources for businesses

Businesses can also find the latest resources and advice on recruitment, upskilling employees, hiring and inspiring young people, and redundancy support in the Employers section of the Bucks Skills Hub website.

The Bucks Skills Hub website is the main careers and skills-focused website for Buckinghamshire, providing information, resources and live opportunities for students, graduates, those looking to make a career change, those going through redundancy and those with special educational needs and disabilities.

Bucks Skills Hub recognised as a Careers Champion for its innovation during COVID-19 pandemic

The Careers and Enterprise Company (CEC) named Buckinghamshire Skills Hub as a Careers Champion for its creativity and dedication in ensuring that young people were engaged and inspired about their futures during a testing time over the last 12 months.

The recognition came during National Careers Week (March 1st-6th), with the below glowing endorsement from CEC:

“When faced with national lockdown last year, the team at Buckinghamshire Skills Hub realised their annual Skills Show would need to change – they took it online.

“The Bucks Skills Show Online 2020 motivated students after lockdown and demonstrated why subjects are relevant to real life. Employees from businesses such as McAfee, Esri, Capgemini and BAM Construct delivered parts of the curriculum, across a range of subjects, demonstrating how learning is used in everyday jobs. Employees also spoke about their career journeys, providing young people with a wealth of advice and helpful messages about different routes into their industries and the skills required. 

“Content, which was created for the events, has been published online allowing students and parents to access it at times that suit them. This has drastically increased the Hub's reach. Online events carried on into National Apprenticeship Week and will be staying around in the future.

“As a result of their innovation, young people in Buckinghamshire still benefited from employer encounters and linking learning to careers.  

“Thank you to all at Buckinghamshire Skills Hub for thinking creatively and producing high-quality interactions with employers that allow your young people to see all the opportunities available to them in their area and beyond.”

The Bucks Skills Hub team also received this great feedback:

“The team are creators who always find a new solution, measure their impact and then share with others - inspirational!”

Post your vacancies and discover helpful resources

Visit the new Bucks Skills Hub website for the latest resources and advice on recruitment, upskilling your employees, hiring and inspiring young people, and redundancy support.

And remember, you can post your vacancies - whether they full and part-time jobs or work experience and internship opportunities - for free on the Buckinghamshire Business First website and they will automatically be added to the Bucks Skills Hub website for free.

Any updates you make to your advert on the Buckinghamshire Business First website will automatically update on the Bucks Skills Hub advert too, so you don’t need to manage two separate accounts.

It’s two birds for the price of none!

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