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Part time Jobs in Chichester

Part time Jobs in Chichester

It can be hard to get a job that fits in with your life commitments. We know that 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday will not be suitable everyone. In fact, statistics demonstrate that the number of people working in excess of 45 hours a week is in steady decline. It is not unusual for people to desire hours which fit around personal factors including childcare.


If you’re searching for a part time job in Chichester what are some usual sectors to find flexible hours and how can AllChichesterJobs assist you in finding a part time job in Chichester?


Common Part Time Jobs in Chichester


Part time jobs in Chichester are found in all sectors but experience has shown that certain sectors commonly have a larger number of flexible roles than others, particularly when you are looking for a part time job with little experience needed. Here are some sectors that we recommend you make your first port of call:


Customer Services


It is not uncommon for employees to want flexible customer service workers. One specific area often looking to hire part time staff is telesales so if you possess a fantastic telephone manner, are good with people or are happy to do cold calling then you could be able to find a suitable part time job in Chichester in our Customer Services and Telesales sector.


Administration


Smaller companies in particular frequently require a part time administrator to take on their administration. More substantial companies may also want a part time administrator to job share. This could involve working 2 or 3 complete days a week or a number of hours each day. So if you are well organised with good computer skills you may want to consider a part time administration job in Chichester.


Retail


Shops and supermarkets often have a range of flexible part time jobs available. As shops are largely open longer than ‘9 to 5’ and on Saturday you might find hours that will fit around your commitments. So if you have excellent customer service abilities and enjoy dealing with the public then make sure check our Retail sector for the latest jobs.


Public Sector


Don’t forget to look at Chichester District Council / West Sussex County Council as they frequently have flexible part time jobs in a large varied array of areas.



How Can AllChichesterJobs Help you find a Part Time Job in Chichester?


When you register with us you will get daily email updates of all the most recent jobs in the right sectors for you. All part time jobs in Chichester we receive will also be located in our Part Time Jobs dedicated section.


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