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This is your local jobs website for south of the river Thames and the surrounding areas.
Brought to you by local papers Southwark News, Lambeth Weekender and Southwark Weekender, we are committed to finding local jobs for local people. From high-end jobs in major corporate firms to part-time and temporary positions in local shops and businesses, this website provides you with vacancies in the boroughs of Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham, Wandsworth and Greenwich.
Our CV matching service, list of vacancies relevant to your current job search, company profiles and job alerts, plus many more features, will help make your search that bit easier.
Happy job hunting!
£42,000 to £49,000 paSouthwark£28,000 to £34,000 paSouthwark
£18,000 to £19,000 paPlease note this is a 1 year fixed term contract, Southwark£17,000 paBermondsey£35,000 to £41,000 paSouthwark
£32,000 to £38,000 paSouthwark
£55,000 to £70,000 paThis post attracts a benefit package to the value of £2,274 per annum., Southwark£42,000 to £49,000 pasouthwarkSalary to be confirmed upon applicationStreatham, SW London
Salary to be confirmed upon applicationSouthwarkSalary to be confirmed upon applicationLondon, Rotherhithe, Bermondsey
Salary to be confirmed upon applicationBermondsey, Borough, South East London
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