Jobs & Careers for Leavers
The Legion has created a whole website to support Service leavers to adjust to life on civvy Street and kick-start a new career
Our Civvy Street website at www.civvystreet.org is designed to help you adjust to life on civvy Street and kick-start a new career.
"When there was no funding elsewhere I contacted Civvy Street and was given support straight away. I hope that one day I can give back to such an excellent charity. Thank you so much for your help."
Training and help with your CV
Civvy Street is a website that puts at your fingertips masses of information and resources for finding a job or changing your career.
There is plenty of useful information that's available to everyone, but if you register for free, you can get access to a collection of online training courses that you can personalise to fit your needs.
You can also use our CV builder, which is an easy way to create the best CV you possibly can - completely free.
Civvy Street lists up-to-date job vacancies that are easy to search, and you can even search for jobs specifically for ex-Service personnel. If you register with Civvy Street, the site can also match you with suitable employers.
The website also lists vacancies for the partners and dependants of serving personnel – such as in or around Ministry of Defence locations.
If you'd prefer to access Civvy Street's support and information services using the telephone, you can call our helpline for free on 0800 169 4073.
Watch familiar faces from Dragons' Den and The Apprentice voice their support for Civvy Street, and see how the service has helped one of our beneficiaries.
Find our more information from our online knowledge base, including:
- How to access training or further education
- Help finding a job
- Employment support for families of Service members
- Help with employment for the disabled.
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