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  1. Nursery Practitioner

    UK-WOR-Worcester | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Nursery Practitioner£15,765 - £17,528 pa with opportunity to progress to £19,083 paUnitots Nursery is located on the University of Worcester St John’s campus. It is self-contained and has a large......

  2. Careers Advisor

    Worcester | £21000/annum | From Red 5 Solutions

    A large charity that deliver government contracts to help people in local communities get back into employment are now seeking  Careers Advisors, after successfully winning a contract last year to......

  3. credit controller

    Worcester | £18000 - £20000 per annum | From Hewett Recruitment

    This position requires an individual who is comfortable chasing outstanding payments from customers, and is able to reduce debtor days in an efficient & professional manner. Working within a......

  4. Estimator

    Worcester | £38000 - £50000 per annum | From Think Recruitment

    Estimator Birmingham, Stafford, Worcester, Kidderminster, Dudley, Redditch, Telford, Coventry £38k - £50k The Company One of our national contractors are looking to appoint an......

  5. Driving Manager - Recruitment

    Worcester | From £25,000 to £30,000 per annum | From First Personnel Group Limited

    Due to continued growth, we are currently recruiting for a Driving Manager to cover our Worcester driving division, to plan and carry out direct sales and marketing activities, so as to maintain......

  6. Co-regulation Officer

    Worcester | From £19,157 to £21,285 per annum | From Networx.

    Co-regulation Officer Worcester £19,157-£21,285 Contract - Maternity Cover 9 Months, 37 Hours per Week A housing association have an exciting vacancy for a Co-regulation Officer,......

  7. Accounts Senior

    Worcester | Up to £35,000 per annum | From Peach Recruitment

    The successful candidate into this role will be an ambitious and driven individual who is looking for an opportunity to join a well-established and growing local practice. Due to growth, our......


Worcester is a city in the county of Worcestershire, which is situated in the West Midlands. The city of Worcester is about 30 miles southwest of Birmingham and 29 miles north of Gloucester. Worcester has a population of around 94,000 people.

Worcester was once a centre for the manufacture of gloves in the UK; and at its peak employing over 30,000 people in the city. Glove making was at its height in Worcester towards the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

In 1751 Dr John Wall founded the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. Although the company no longer manufactures goods, the site is now the home of the Worcester Porcelain Museum. Worcester has also been the home of Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce since 1897. The sauce is made and bottled at the Midland Road factory in Worcester.

As well as a long heritage in manufacturing, Worcester has many employment opportunities in manufacturing today. The city of Worcester is also a centre of retail for the surrounding areas and the city has three main covered shopping centres within the city centre. Worcester also provides employment opportunities in a range of other areas including the service, administration and education industries to name a few.

Worcester has its own university, the University of Worcester, which was awarded university status in 2005. It is one of the fastest growing universities in the UK. The university has plans to open the first university and public library, bringing first class resources to students and the local area. Graduate employment is also a key priority for Worcester's university.