The UK is a very competitive and lucrative market - 1st Contact Job Assistance is a great way to get ahead and have your CV seen by the UK's top recruitment agencies before you leave home.
Once we receive your details they will be processed by our CV referencing centre to ensure that they are sent to the most relevant recruiters and agencies. You will receive a confirmation email once your CV and details have been distributed.
It also helps to be aware of the different locations available to you;
Bristol was a finalist for European Capital of Culture, 2008. Theatre and live music provide entertainment throughout the year. The city is considered home to the music genre of trip hop, also known as the Bristol Sound. Artists like Massive Attack, Tricky and Portishead all hail from this port city. Other electronic genres like dub and drum ‘n bass flourished in urban Bristol.
The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta in summer is a major UK hot air balloon festival.
Dublin has become more and more cosmopolitan with the majority of foreign nationals consisting of 20-somethings(2006 Population Census) and a burgeoning immigrant population. This has given rise to a diverse city with a range of eating out options. Pubs with ales from around the world, including the ubiquitous Guinness, are plentiful in this friendly city.
Edinburgh, famous for its annual Arts Festival and Hogmanay New Years’ eve bash, the capital city of Scotland is second to London in UK business and commerce. Situated on the east coast, Edinburgh offers eclectic cultural events and vibrant night life, as well as outdoor activities.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, one of Europe’s top 20 financial centres. Glasgow’s economy has seen a boom in manufacturing, financial and business sectors, media, healthcare and education, amongst several sectors.
Live music, pubs and clubs cater for all tastes, and Glasgow is well known for it’s underground electronic music scene.
Living costs in Scotland are also cheaper than in London
London's perpetual motion makes this seething metropolis the first choice for most candidates coming to the UK.
As an international business and commercial hub - and a cultural gem to boot - London is a city where the world meets.
Manchester's key Sectors are Aviation; Life Sciences; Business Processing; Creative Industries; Customer Contact; Digital Industries; Environmental; Financial Services; Food & Drink; Logistics / Supply Chain; Public Sector and Shared Services.
This city played host to the Commonwealth Games of 2002, and because of this, there is access to a number of
world-class sports facilities. Of course, Manchester is best known for its two Premiership football clubs
– Manchester United and Manchester City. The largest football ground in the UK is Old Trafford stadium, home to Manchester United FC.