If you are interested in jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities in Nine Elms, please contact us as follows:
There are hundreds of jobs available in the area – from dryliners or apprentice painter and decorators, to front-of-house staff, retail, office and management vacancies. As more businesses open up or expand in Nine Elms, the range of jobs gets greater and there’s something for almost everyone!
If you are a Lambeth resident please visit the Opportunity Lambeth website opportunity.lambeth.gov.uk for the latest job opportunities and apprenticeships in the borough.
Arts and Events Manager
The Nine Elms team are now recruiting for a new Arts and Events Manager to work on innovative and high-quality arts and cultural activities that engage local communities and help develop the area as a new cultural hub for London. Closing date Monday 17 January 2022.
The Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea ‘Opportunity Area’ is located within London’s Central Activities Zone – one of the most productive commercial areas in the world and a high-density employment centre. The opening of the Northern line to new stations at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station in September 2021 is unlocking the district’s enormous economic potential – delivering up to £7.9 billion in growth and 25,000 new jobs.
Hundreds of people have already taken up local construction and engineering apprenticeships with contractors as well as job-specific training and certification courses. As construction sites transform into new buildings, new jobs are opening up in a wide range of sectors from publishing to hospitality, retail or management.
The area’s Employment, Training and Business Charter was agreed in September 2012 by the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership. The framework aims to maximise the benefits and opportunities stemming from this multi-billion pound investment scheme and is available to read in full from the downloads section.
An Employment and Skills programme is in place which brings all the key partners and agencies together to ensure all our residents and businesses can take full advantage of the investment now taking place on their doorsteps.
Under the framework, every major planning application must include an ’employment and skills plan’ setting out a commitment to providing apprenticeships and local jobs both during and after construction. The exact number is linked to the scale of each development project.