Please email us the details and we will share your job vacancies on the Bristol Shopping Quarter website and on social media.
Visit the BSQ jobs page


Empire Fighting Chance is looking to partner with a range of companies to support their Careers Programme and engage young people with work experience.
Contact Kye Dudd:
All information and contact details for Empire Fighting Chance are available HERE


Employers report higher staff retention of apprentices and improvements in morale and productivity after utilising apprenticeships in their business.
Western Training Provider Network (WTPN) offers the West of England Apprenticeship Support service, a free, independent and impartial apprenticeship support service to SMEs based in the West of England via the Workforce for the Future Programme.
For more information and next steps, contact
More details on their website HERE

Bristol WORKS
is a service by Bristol City Council working to build an innovative education, business and community partnership that aims to raise the aspirations of young people and their parents/carers through the development of experience of work opportunities. They are looking for businesses to offer 1 or 2-hour work experience tasters and workshops for learners with additional needs. This could be a one-off opportunity or an ongoing taster across a couple of weeks and there is full flexibility regarding when it could run. They are hoping this will provide a practical insight into the workplace, will help with development of workplace knowledge and skills and to give young people a broad insight into possible career pathways. This would be targeted at individuals with additional needs or small groups of learners from the wide range of schools they work with.
More info


The Employer Engagement Team at the Department for Work and Pensions can support you by:
– forwarding you the CVs of interested candidates
– informing their customers about your vacancies, and get interested candidates lined up to be interviewed (virtual interviews can be arranged if preferred)
– offering you the use of their premises at 101 Victoria Street, BS1 6PU, to hold events, as an assessment centre for recruitments, and for interviews (interview days can be held all day or half a day, in the morning or afternoon)
Please email: or call 0300 046 1684.

JOBS FAIR – Would you like to take part?
Thursday 1 August, 10am – 2pm, Cabot Circus
To reserve a free stall, please contact:

Thursday 24 August, 10:30 – 14:30, The Bristol Pavillion, Nevil Road, Bishopston BS7 9EJ
More info

At the DWP
The Employer Engagement Team at the Department for Work and Pensions also hold monthly job fairs at their premises, at Temple Street Jobcentre, 100 Temple Street, Bristol BS1 6AG.
To reserve a space, please email: or call 0300 046 1684.

Free-to-use recruitment platform

Jobs Connect is designed exclusively for the hospitality and tourism industries to help you find the best possible candidates. Job seekers can create and upload a digital CV that will be shared with recruiters. Businesses can also use the platform to list their current vacancies.
Register for free


National minimum and living wage
All details for current rates are available HERE

Good Employer Charter
Developed by the West of England Combined Authority (WECA), the Charter set the standard for working practices in our region. Through characteristics that raise the value and quality of work, the Charter supports organisations to become ‘employers of choice’, so they can achieve better productivity and growth, increase staff retention and recruit top talent.
The Charter supports businesses of any size or sector to improve investment in their staff, enabling more inclusive, equitable and sustainable working practices, positively benefiting people, society, and the wider economy.
These are some of the ways joining the Charter and being an employer of choice could benefit your business:
• Higher staff retention rates
• Better productivity
• Healthier workplace culture
• Top talent chooses you
Find out more and join the Good Employment Charter