Jobs, apprenticeships, volunteering and work experience

The services below can help you search and apply for jobs.

  • Find a job - the UK Government’s online tool allows you to search and apply for jobs in a range of sectors
  • King’s Cross Recruit – A service that aims to get Camden residents into local jobs created by the King’s Cross Central development
  • Timewise Jobs - Supports residents to find part time jobs and flexible working options
  • Proud to Care North London - Live in north London and looking for flexible and rewarding work or training in the care sector?

Search jobs with Camden Council

If you are interested in working for Camden Council, browse our current job vacancies:


Find out and browse through our current Apprenticeships opportunities.

Volunteer to get more experience

There are many local volunteering opportunities to choose from and it is easy to get involved. Visit Volunteer Centre Camden where you can search their online database of volunteering opportunities.

Further information is available from:

Work experience

Work experience placements allow you to explore careers options, experience a working environment and develop important skills such as communication and time management.

If you live in or attend a school or college in Camden and are interested in a Camden Council work experience opportunity, email us at

Get employment support

Here, you can find details on where to access free employment support.

Support within your community

  • West Euston Partnership - Free information, advice and guidance on employment, training, education and careers
  • Somers Town Job Hub – One-to-one guidance, CV support and access to training courses
  • Camden Ability – For Camden residents with disabilities and long-term health conditions, providing support to help them find employment
  • Kennedy Scott - Support residents aged 40+ into employment and training
  • Jobs in Mind – Mental health charity providing specialist support and advice around issues related to work, training and education
  • Hopscotch - Culturally sensitive and multi-lingual support into careers in retail, catering and health and social care
  • Nacro support people in developing the skills, advice and attitude needed to move away from crime and into employment
  • Working Chance supports women with criminal convictions and women care leavers to find quality work with mainstream employers.

National support

  • National Careers Service - Advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities


Read more on Welfare rights and benefits if you need further advice and guidance.

Get a university scholarship 

Camden council works with Hult International Business School and Anglia Ruskin University London to provide scholarship opportunities that help Camden residents of all ages realise their potential through a range of scholarship opportunities.

Applications dates for 2019 will be available in autumn 2018.

If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact us at

Training to prepare for employment

If you need a little extra support to get the skills needed for a job, a range of services in Camden can support you.

Support within your community

Local colleges

A range of courses are provided by colleges based within the borough.

Support for young people

  • Camden Apprenticeships - Works to support Camden residents into apprenticeships within a range of sectors
  • Camden Careers and Connexions - The Council’s careers, information and guidance service for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 for residents with learning difficulties or disabilities).
  • New Horizon Youth Centre - A support network for 16-21 year olds, providing a range of support, including helping residents to find accommodation, training and employment.
  • The Winch - Provides a range of services for young residents of all ages, including The Company business start-up programme that supports those aged 18-25 to develop a business idea and progress towards trading.
  • Axis@ The Hive - Supports young people aged 16-24 with education, employment, housing, sexual health, substance misuse and health and wellbeing.

Flexible working at Camden Council

In March 2014, Camden Council became the country’s first ever Timewise Council, which means there are a number of flexible employment options on offer across the organisation.

To find a flexible or part-time role at Camden Council, please visit the Camden Council Jobs website.

Flexible roles at Camden Council and a range of other local and national employers are listed on the Timewise Jobs website.

Mayor's Construction Academy Hub

Camden has established a construction skills ‘hub’ as part of the Mayor of London’s Construction Academy (MCA), in partnership with employers, training providers and 5 other local authorities. The MCA programme is the Mayor’s project to help more Londoners train in the skills they need to access construction-sector jobs. The North and Central MCA Hub covers the local authority areas of Camden, Islington, Brent, Hackney, Westminster and City of London.

Our hub aims to build an improved construction skills offer, by creating stronger networks between employers, training providers and organisations supporting people into work. We will review existing training, and work with providers to make sure it meets employers’ needs. We will work with employers to link up employment opportunities to training, and guarantee that they are accessible to everyone. We will also improve the sharing of employment and training opportunities across the area, and work together with our partners to better promote careers in construction.

For Employers
We’re keen to hear from employers about their skills needs, to help us improve the offer across our area. We want to create a skills system that is employer led, with training opportunities that link directly into employment. Get in touch to shape our training courses and access great candidates.

For Training Providers
With over twenty employers involved in large scaling construction projects already supporting our hub, we want to work with training providers to meet these employer skills needs. Working through our hub offers providers the chance to better coordinate your training and take advantage of opportunities to maximise funding.

For Candidates
Whether you’re just starting out in your career, or looking at retraining, our hub offers access to a wide range of training and employment opportunities to support you into a rewarding career in construction.

To find out more about opportunities through the North and Central MCA Hub, contact: or 020 7974 5161