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The Ways2Work network was established by Bristol City Council to build a network of employers who we could work with to fill skills shortages in Bristol and get our residents into work.

We work with our partner organisations to ensure a joined up route to sustained careers for Bristol residents as well as supporting our local employers to thrive.

Ways2Work operates as part of Bristol City Council to deliver a wide range of support to Bristol residents. Working with partners across Bristol and the West of England we deliver job fairs, circulate information but, most importantly, we link together the various support agencies, colleges and employers in the area to help residents of Bristol secure employment.

Paul Gaunt

Employment Support Manager

Paul Gaunt

Employment Support Manager

Design, development, delivery and evaluation of employment support projects and programmes and managing the activities of the Employment Support Team.

Lucy Perrott

Employment Development Officer

Lucy Perrott

Employment Development Officer

I run the Ways2Work network, update spreadsheets, daily updates, newsletters, website and Facebook. I support HYPE and Work Zones. I proofread various documents for other teams and am a requistioner on ABW. I also work on jobs fairs and advice

Chris Mitchell

Employer Account Officer

Chris Mitchell

Employer Account Officer

I work to link employers of Bristol to residents using the hugely varied and talented Back-to-Work sector in Bristol/WoE as a source of help, advice, resource and people. I run lots of Job Fair events (and advice days) by

Kim Taylor

EET Support Officer –(Care Leavers)

Kim Taylor

EET Support Officer –(Care Leavers)

Currently I work as an EET (employment, education and training) worker for children in care and care leavers. I engage with young people by providing 1-1 support and helping them into all EET opportunities. My role also involves organising work

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We help

The Ways2Work network was established by Bristol City Council to build a network of employers who we could work with to fill skills shortages in Bristol and get our residents into work.

Links across Bristol

The Ways2Work Network is a community of education, support and training organisations keeping each other updated about opportunities for supporting people in Bristol and the West of England into work.y

Partners

We work with our partner organisations to ensure a joined up route to sustained careers for Bristol residents as well as supporting our local employers to thrive.