Supporting unemployed people in North West Engalnd who are keen to find an opportunity to get back into work.

The mission of the Work and Health Programme, Job Entry Targeted Support is to make sure people have the skills, support and behaviours to get jobs, gain independence and become productive employees.

JETS can support unemployed people across North West England. 

In the last month, 156 people in North West have started work thanks to JETS.

The National Health Service, Lancashire County Council and Cera Care have been the most active recruiting employers in North West England in the last 30 days, with more than 34,644 open vacancies advertised by these companies and roles including care assistants, sales executives, accounts assistants and warehouse operatives.

JETS Employment Coaches and our employer account managers are connected to the latest vacancies to support unemployed people back to work quickly.

In the North West JETS can help:

  • Working age (18+) jobseekers motivated to find work immediately.
  • Unemployed people who have been receiving benefits (UC Intensive Work Search Regime (IWSR) or new-style Jobseeker’s Allowance) for at least 13 weeks.
  • People who need employability support including CV writing, job searching, interview technique, reviewing transferable skills, and confidence building.

Delivering JETS in the North West

Ingeus delivers the Work and Health Programme Job Entry Targeted Support in North West England with partners Seetec, Halton Borough Council and Standguide.

Seetec Pluss is a leading provider of work and wellbeing services that inspire thousands of people to find and progress into work each year. Together with Pluss, its specialist social enterprise, Seetec Pluss empowers individuals, businesses and communities to thrive. 

Standguide is an established employability provider who offer specialist advice, support and mentoring for people who wish to become self-employed.

The Work and Health Programme Job Entry Targeted Support scheme is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and it receives support from the European Social Fund.