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Immediate Start Jobs

About Immediate Start Jobs

Are you looking for an immediate start job? Search is recruiting people like you for immediate start jobs nationwide. As we move into uncertain times, we are recruiting people to support in the key sectors that will keep things moving over these challenging times.

We have immediate start jobs available in the following specialisms nationwide with flexible shifts and full training available.

Immediate Start Jobs - Customer Services

Supporting the general public by taking calls in response to the current climate.

Immediate Start Jobs - ​Driving Jobs & Warehouse Operative Jobs

Working with major supermarket brands to ensure shelves remain stocked and the public has access to what they need.

Immediate Start Jobs - ​Support Workers, Nurses 

Supporting the most vulnerable across a number of different care settings. Please note a minimum of 6 months previous experience in care is needed.

For any immediate start job you take, you will be supporting the increased demand for services and making a difference to peoples’ lives.

Our immediate start jobs are offering a range of salaries and flexible shift patterns and regular shifts to get through the coming months.

If you’re concerned about job security or looking for an immediate start then talk to us at Search today. Complete the form below now and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss all of our immediate start jobs near you.

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Birmingham is the most populous city in the English Midlands, with an estimated population of 1,137,100 as of 2017. As the cultural, social and financial centre of the Midlands, Birmingham is frequently referred to as the UK’s ‘Second City’.

As a base for the Big Four Accountancy firms, numerous banks, and over 500 law firms, Birmingham continues to benefit from a thriving legal sector. Furthermore, the unprecedented rise of new enterprises throughout Birmingham continues to boost the city’s reputation as a central hub for innovation and long-term professional prospects within the legal sector.

Recent years have seen huge levels of investment towards developing Birmingham’s transport infrastructure, upskilling the local workforce and supporting the growth ambitions of businesses. This ongoing transformation of the city’s infrastructure and workforce means there is a continuous demand for legal expertise across law firms and businesses for solicitors, conveyancing assistant, general counsel and more.