If you are interested in jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities in Nine Elms on the South Bank, please contact us as follows:
If you are a Lambeth resident please visit the portal www.opportunitylambeth.co.uk, where you can register to view and apply for current opportunities in Nine Elms
If you are a Wandsworth resident, please visit the Wandsworth WorkMatch website, www.wandsworthworkmatch.org, email email@example.com or call on 020 8871 5191. Battersea residents aged 18 to 30 can contact Wandsworth Council’s Quest team at Quest@wandsworth.gov.uk or call/ text/ WhatsApp message 07768 987491
Nine Elms on the South Bank is located within London’s Central Activities Zone – one of the most productive commercial areas in the world and a high-density employment centre. With the extension of the Northern line to Wandsworth Road and Battersea Power Station, we will unlock the district’s enormous economic potential – delivering up to £7.9 billion in growth and 25,000 new jobs.
Up to 6,000 construction jobs are expected between 2012 and 2016 as more major development sites move into the construction stage. A further 16,000 will be provided between 2017 and 2022.
So far, 237 construction and engineering apprenticeships have been secured and this number could rise as high as 1,000 as more development proposals come forward. This compares to 457 at the Olympic site and 400 for the Crossrail project.
In September 2012 the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership unveiled the area’s Employment, Training and Business Charter which aims to maximise the benefits and opportunities stemming from this multi-billion pound investment scheme. The charter, which is available to read in full from the downloads section, includes pledges to:
An Employment and Skills programme is now been developed which brings all the key partners and agencies together to ensure existing 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.
Key features of the framework include: