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About FE Careers

FE Careers is the largest specialist job advertising site for Learning and Development staff in Further Education, Work Based Learning and Apprenticeships. There are over 1000 jobs live everyday for you to search for your next career move in the Learning and Development sector.

On FE Careers there are hundreds of Assessor jobs live every day, as well as hundreds of Tutor, Lecturer, Trainer jobs, End Point Assessment roles, Sales, Managerial, and Principal / Exec level jobs for you to make your next career move.

FE Careers have been providing innovative job advertising solutions in L&D since 2003. In 2018 we launched www.apprenticeshipjobsearch.co.uk a dedicated job board for Apprentices. Along with our sister site www.fenews.co.uk we are a part of Chimeara Limited, a social enterprise delivering innovative solutions in Work Based Learning and Apprenticeships since 2000.


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Apprenticeship Jobsearch

Apprenticeship Job Search is the job advertising site for all of your Apprenticeship vacancies. From Pre-apprenticeship, Traineeships to entry level Apprenticeships for 16 – 24 year olds, to Degree and Masters level Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Job Search is your job search portal for your next Apprenticeship Career move.

Apprenticeships have progressed. They are more than your first job role, they are for all ages, abilities and levels... and yes you can go to Uni and still be on an Apprenticeship, earning and learning. Click below to further your career.

Apprenticeship Job Search is brought to you by FE Careers and FE News, part of Chimeara Limited, a social enterprise delivering innovative solutions in Work Based Learning and Apprenticeships since 2000.

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Our comprehensive packages offer discounts for advertising more than one vacancy. Use them to post jobs on FE Careers or Apprenticeship Jobsearch.

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