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Due to the shortage of skilled staff in so many industries it has never been a better time to work as a temporary worker.


As a temporary worker for Contract Options you will gain the experience of working with some of the best companies nationwide.

To register for temporary work we require the following documents:-

  1. Passport, National ID card or Full UK birth certificate (must show one or both parents names).
  2. Proof of Address in the UK (Utility bill, Bank statement, tenancy agreement or letter from Government Agency)
  3. Proof of National Insurance Number (P45, P60 or letter from HMRC, Job Centre or other Government Agency)
  4. Proof of Bank details showing account number, sort code, bank name and account holders name.
  5. Driving License, Digital Tacho Card and DQC card for driving work.
  6. Certificates for any relevant qualifications or skills.
  7. Reference details to cover the past five years or previous two employers.

Please call your local office to arrange an interview or email your contact details by using the link below.

Please email:  [email protected]

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If you are considering changing employers and want to know what suitable vacancies we have, then call our perms division on +44(0)161 2364000 or email your CV and a covering letter using the link below.

Please email:  [email protected]

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Most people don't have to create a CV that often, and are put off by the over complicated ideas about how a CV should look. Follow this simple guide and your CV will be suitable to put forward to a prospective client.

  1. Always use plain white paper.
  2. Use basic font.
  3. Structure your CV with headings.
    1. Personal details (Your name, date of birth, address, telephone number daytime and evening).
    2. Academic qualifications (e.g. GCSE's, A levels, Degree etc)
    3. Vocational qualifications (e.g. HGV driving licence or Basic Food Hygiene First Aid )
    4. Work history (starting with the most recent job first and working backwards give an honest positive desciption of each position you have worked)
    5. Other major achievements.
    6. Hobbies and interests.
    7. Work references.
  4. Check your CV to ensure it has all the correct details (Dates, Company Names, Positions, etc) and make sure the spelling is correct.
  5. Pass your CV on to someone who can proof read it, before you send it out.

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