In East Sussex we are fortunate enough to have a wide range of great, fantastic employers. With thousands of businesses, including some household names, there are lots of opportunities in East Sussex if you know where to look. Whether you are looking for jobs in sectors ranging from secretarial to catering there will be the perfect job in East Sussex for you.
East Sussex has more than 40 schools, Brighton & Hove City Council / East Sussex County Council and many, many thousands of other organisations. There are also hundreds of employers who currently have over 100 workers. This means that there is hundreds of thousands of potential opportunities if you are looking for jobs in East Sussex, in the public or private sectors. You can expect East Sussex jobs to include part time, permanent contract and temporary work with salaries varying from minimum wage to executive fees.
There are several key sectors in East Sussex including retail, pharmaceutical and care where you may often find many opportunities. There are a large number of industrial complexes providing engineering and production employment, many business parks offering employment such as accounting, marketing and IT, Brighton & Hove City Council / East Sussex County Council have a extremely varied range of jobs including secretarial, youth support and consultancy and educational establishments offering teaching and lecturing positions. So whether you are a doctor, shop assistant, marketing executive, graduate or industrial worker there is likely to be a position in East Sussex for you.
We are delighted to show you the latest jobs from employers big and small in lots of different sectors. Superb East Sussex employers often use BrightonJobSearch as their first choice for advertising their vacancies. Whether you are looking for employment in Brighton or in the whole of East Sussex, by also searching our other sites located in East Sussex or by expanding your search criteria to Brighton and up to 60 miles away you will see all the latest jobs in East Sussex.
We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice - we hope you will find these articles to be helpful. You can view our news news archive here
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