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Do you live in Basingstoke and want a job near to your house? Would you like an exciting new role, a change of hours, a different contract or a career change – within the Basingstoke area? Is the comfort and ease of working close to your home something that’s essential for you?

At Wote Street People we understand that for many of our candidates it’s important that we help them find jobs locally in Basingstoke and the surrounding areas.  That’s because if you’re a Basingstoke resident then working nearby to your home comes with a multitude of benefits. We have listed just a few below:

  • Be at home within ten minutes of leaving your desk
  • Meet local friends and family on your lunch break
  • Keep travel costs down by being able to walk, cycle or get the bus to work
  • Less petrol and car maintenence costs
  • Lower stress levels associated with long delays on your journey to work
  • Network and make friends with other local people within your workplace
  • More free time instead of travelling time
  • Close proximity if you have children in local schools, child care or parent care
  • Large Festival Place shopping centre on the doorstep for convenience shopping after work or on your lunch break
  • Leisure facilities such as gyms, clubs and classes close to your work place

Our recruitment agency in Basing View has strong relationships with many large and small companies in Basingstoke and nearby areas. Just some of the job locations we can help you with are:

  • Jobs in Chineham Business Park
  • Jobs in Wade Road
  • Jobs in Houndmills
  • Jobs in Viables
  • Jobs near Basingstoke train station
  • Jobs within walking distance of Basingstoke train station
  • Jobs in Basing View
  • Jobs in Priestly Road

We can help you find full time, part time, permanent, contract and temporary jobs in Basingstoke, just give us a call or email maxine@wotestreetpeople.co.uk.

 

 

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