Jobs and careers

Support finding work

Whether you are looking for your first job, a new job or your job has been impacted by Covid-19, we have a range of support to help you improve your future employment prospects.

Our iWork service supports anyone who is out of work in Islington to find a job, apprenticeship, training or education. iWork can help match your skills to local job and training opportunities and coach you to build your confidence while you are searching for work or training. We can also help you sort out your benefits so you can study or retrain.

Call: 020 7527 2706

iWork contact form

Connecting Communities

Our iWork team are working in conjunction with Central London Forward to deliver a 15 month Connecting Communities programme that is designed to help residents access high quality employment and training opportunities.

Connecting Communities

Searching for a job

Islington Working jobsite

Browse our list of local vacancies and apply online, or if you need support finding the right job, we'll put you in touch with one of our dedicated employment coaches.

Islington Council jobs

Islington offers a wide variety of council job opportunities and is a great place work.

Capital programme jobs

The council is recruiting a number of new posts to help deliver our ambitious Capital Programme, focused on maintaining and improving 35,000 homes within the borough.

Working with children and young people

Islington Council offers training, information and support to residents who are thinking of a career working with children and young people.

Youth employment support

If you are aged between 16 and 24, there are many opportunities to work towards a career you enjoy, but deciding what path to take can be difficult. There are lots of services available to help young people in Islington plan their futures and get into work.


The Spear Programme helps young people facing disadvantage into work or education by equipping them with confidence, motivation and the vital skills they need to succeed in long-term employment.

Other sources of help 

Job help from Jobcentre Plus

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched an online support site for job-seekers that lists full-time and part-time vacancies as well as hints and tips on applying for jobs, how to use your transferable skills, staying motivated and support with redundancy. 

Get Back on Track

If you are in work, but your job has been affected by the Covid-19 crisis, then Shaw Trust’s Get Back on Track service can offer you advice/support on a range of issues including furlough.

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Sign up to the Islington Working bulletin, for all the latest jobs and careers information, as well as training and employment support opportunities. 

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