Grimsby is a seaport which resides in the county of Lincolnshire on the Humber Estuary. The town of Grimsby has a population of over 87,000 people. Grimsby's neighbouring town is the seaside resort of Cleethorpes and the city of Hull is just 30 miles away from Grimsby.
At its height in the 1950s, Grimsby was a large and thriving fishing port, one of the largest in the world. Although trawling in Grimsby went into decline after the 50's, Grimsby is still home to a large and substantial fish market, recognised as one of the most important in Europe. Grimsby's Fishing Heritage centre preserves the town's legacy and visitors can see a preserved 1950s trawler, amongst other things.
The port in Grimsby still provides employment within the town, but there are also many industries that create a large number of jobs in Grimsby. Companies that thrive in the area include those within the food and drink, logistics and digital media industries. There are over 500 food related industries in Grimsby today, and the town is also the main centre for fish processing in the UK.
We have 1,000+ jobs in Grimsby today, 31/10/2020. The most searched categories in Grimsby are Accounting, Management, Engineering and Sales.