Looking for a second job in London?
We are aware times are a little tough at the moment and some of you could be considering taking on a second employment in or near London to make things a little easier. Employment hunting can seem daunting at the best of times, let alone when you want to find an employment which will fit with your current job or commitments. LondonAreaJobs is pleased to be able to offer you some hopefully useful advice on finding a second employment in the London area.
Part Time Jobs in London
Your first port of call might be to consultant LondonAreaJobs Part Time Jobs page to see all the available part time employment available in the London area. To make your search easier, any opening which has part time hours is not only viewable in its relevant sector you can also find it on the Part Time Jobs page. Here you will find vacancies that may range from just a few hours a week to 29 hours a week. No matter how much time you have to spare for a second employment in or near the London area you might find one here to suit you.
The Type of London Jobs You May Consider
It can be hard to know which sector to look at when considering an additional job in the London area. It may be that you would like a job related to your current job to best use your skills, in which case keep searching our relevant job sector page. However, there are other sectors which frequently offer part time and flexible jobs which you might want to consider. These sectors include:
- Administration and book keeping – It is quite usual for smaller companies in particular to need an administrator or book keeper to do just a few hours a week. This can sometimes be fulfilled in hours to suit you so it is worth checking our Administrative, Secretarial & PA Jobs page to check if there are any suitable second vacancies in the London area.
- Catering – We have a number of London area companies who regularly advertise with us and these often include local restaurants and cafes. On the Catering, Entertainment & Leisure page you will be able to find details on all the most recent part time catering vacancies such as waiters/waitress and kitchen staff. This is an area which frequently offers flexible hours so are a good source for those seeking for an additional job in or near the London area.
- Customer Service – Part time customer services vacancies such as reception openings often appear on our Customer Service & Telesales page. Businesses such as hotels often advertise for receptionists to cover unusual hours in the London area which you may find fit around your current job.
- Care – If you have the relevant qualifications or experience our Nursing & Care page might prove useful when looking for an additional job in the London area.
- Retail – Our Retail Jobs page can be helpful if you are searching for a weekend job in particular. It is not unusual for retail outlets to have one set of staff who work during the week days and another set who work the weekends. We have a number of London shops and London recruitment agencies who commonly advertise these kind of London area opportunities.
- Driving – If you have a driving licence don’t forget about our Transport, Driving & Logistics page. You could find a part time driving London job to suit you.
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