Help to find a job

Interested in working for the Royal Borough?

Job opportunities and volunteering

Register with Universal job matching service, the new Jobcentre Job Matching service to look for work.

Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea can help you to find volunteering opportunities and provide you with support during your placement.

Visit the Team Kensington and Chelsea web pages to find out more about volunteering opportunities in the borough, including opportunities with the Council.

Training and skills development

Find out more about the range of organisations in the borough that provide work-based training and support to help you prepare to return to work or retrain.

Find services that can help you to find work in the Council's Jobs and Training Guide.

Jobs and Training Guide 2017-2019 [PDF] (file size 1.67 MB)

Interested in starting your own business or social enterprise?

  • Find the help and information you need to get your business started in the Business and enterprise section of our website.
  • Find organisations providing advice, funding and investment for social enterprises.

Support for young people

  • National Apprenticeship Service: find out more about apprenticeships and current vacancies.
  • KCcentral the Council's website for young people includes information and advice on careers, jobs, apprenticeships and also activities for young people.

Adult learning

Advice and benefits

Child care

If you are a parent looking for work or concerned about juggling work or training with parental responsibilities, support is available.

  • The Council's Family Information Service web pages have information on early years, play, child care, financial support and other family support services.
  • Children’s centres in the Royal Borough offer a range of services including crèche facilities; drop-in sessions, and post/pre-natal support. They can also help with training or finding a job.
  • Find out about the wide range of child care available in the Royal Borough.

Kensington and Chelsea residents can contact Charlene Hallal for information on courses, training and general support on jobs.  Email: Charlene.Hallal@rbkc.gov.uk or call 020 7361 2957.