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Berwick-Upon-Tweed Overview As the northernmost town in England, Berwick-Upon-Tweed sits just 2.2 miles south of the ...

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PCN Clinical Pharmacist

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HHGL Limited : trading as Homebase
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Retail Assistant - Berwick Upon Tweed

Kingfisher Information Technology Services (UK) Ltd
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Alliance Automotive UK Limited
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Berwick-Upon-Tweed Overview

As the northernmost town in England, Berwick-Upon-Tweed sits just 2.2 miles south of the Scottish border, on the edge of Northumberland. Just over 60% of the population is employed in the service sector. Berwick is a popular tourist stopping-off point, and most local people work in shops, bars, hotels, restaurants, as well as the health sector. It's a pretty, historic town, which has recently celebrated its 900th birthday. Jobs also exist in Berwick in the tourist industry and in the running of historic buildings and other places of interest. There is also a retail park in Tweedmouth which employs many local people.

Berwick-Upon-Tweed Job Opportunities

Both the public and private sector offer a number of job opportunities. With a town council, as well as local doctors' surgeries, a hospital, a library, schools, nurseries, and other public sector institutions, there are roles in Berwick such as administrators, receptionists, nurses, doctors, teacher jobs, teaching assistants, library assistants, maintenance people, cooks, firefighters, and the like.

Private sector jobs are plentiful due to the tourist industry and heritage of the area. Tour guides for attractions such as Paxton House are in demand, while the generous allowance of traditional pubs in the town often require bar and wait staff. With a golf course and numerous museums, as well as horse-riding tours and the C.S. Lowry trail, there are plenty of jobs in Berwick for outgoing, customer-focused people. Holy Island, or Lindisfarne, is a very popular spot just outside Berwick, and employs many local people within the tourism and hospitality industries - The Mead Shop and the cafes on Holy Island all do a brisk trade in summer months.

Berwick-Upon-Tweed Employment Trends

Recent developments in the fishing and shipbuilding industry in this area have meant that jobs opportunities here remain steady. Large supermarket chains also have an important presence in the city, as well as the NHS being a large employer for many. In common with the rest of Northumberland, wages in Berwick are around the national average (£21,326 in 2011), with most workers taking home between £20,000 and £25,000 in the same year, although individual salaries of course vary according to role and experience.

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