News & Updates

Jobsgopublic on the double at the 2017 PPMA Awards!!

The Jobsgopublic team had twice the reason to celebrate at this year’s PPMA Conference and Awards as we walked away with a brace of awards. Our winning streak stretched to four years in a row as we were presented with the awards for Best Frontline Recruitment Campaign and Best Value for Money Campaign. The ceremony, […]

Jobsgopublic launch recruitment site for dynamic shared building control service

In recent years, we have seen a huge number of successful partnerships form and thrive. A variety of public sector organisations have found that by combining their experience, expertise and resources they’re able to significantly increase their capabilities and take on bigger, more challenging projects. The ambitious nature of these collaborations have always struck a […]

Preparing for Apprentice Recruitment – Brand new white paper from Jobsgopublic

When it was announced as part of the Summer Budget in 2015, the Apprenticeship Levy was met with mixed reviews. Although the majority felt it would be a great way to shape the future workforce, many feared the extra pressure it would place on an already stretched service. For a large portion of employers, experience […]

It’s all about Havering! – Brand new launch of joint venture careers site

There can be no doubting that Havering is a borough on the rise. The impending arrival of the Crossrail and increasing number of regeneration projects make it an exciting place to live and work. Despite this, employers in Havering often find that candidates awareness of the attractions of the borough is low and as such […]

Jobsgopublic at Bett 2017 – Free recruitment workshops and expert advice

It will come as no surprise to anyone associated with the education sector to hear that institutions across the UK are battling one of the most challenging periods for recruitment ever. A national shortage of teachers has led to fierce competition for the top candidates and schools, academies, trusts and authorities are finding recruitment methods […]