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Since 2007 Bristol Jobs has advertised premium job vacancies from the best employers in Bristol and the surrounding area. We connect fantastic local Bristol candidates with outstanding local companies recruiting in the Bristol Area.

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Featured Employers

Bristol City Council

We offer a work environment which is fast moving and supportive, giving you the chance to use your skills and develop new ones within a high-profile organisation.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
25 Jobs in Bristol

Bristol has 34 wards, electing a total of 70 councillors.

St Peter's Hospice

We are a local charity that provides care and support to adults who are living with a progressive life-limiting illness.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

The Hospice was named after St Peter's Hospital in the Castle Park area of the city until it was destroyed during the Blitz in 1940.

Hunter Operations Limited

We are a leading supplier of conference badges & accessories, eco-friendly name badges, lanyards & printed lanyards based in the UK.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

Hunter Operations Limited has been a supplier of name badges, printed lanyards, & delegate registration accessories to the UK meetings & events industry since 2004.

Heritage Group Travel

Our role is to plan, administer and operate the tour on behalf of the client.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

Heritage Group Travel provides imaginative, high quality cultural group tours to member organisations and affinity groups throughout the UK.

Bristol Sport Foundation

We deliver fun and inclusive sport and physical activities that improve health and wellbeing.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

Since 2016, we have grown to become a reputable sports provider, offering high quality delivery to over 8,500 young people every week.

Twyver

We are one of the UK’s largest switchgear manufacturers and set the standard for LV Switchgear and Power Support.

Locations
Bristol

Vacancies
1 Job in Bristol

Twyver was created by the historically renowned Electrical contractor group named Lee Beesley acquired by VINCI Energies in 1991.

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Are you currently seeking job opportunities in Bristol? Our focus is on showcasing the best job openings offered by leading local employers within the city. Our main goal is to help you save time during your job search. Bristoljobs.co.uk takes pride in being the premier dedicated job portal for Bristol.

If you're new to the area, we're excited to convey our passion for Bristol and elucidate why it distinguishes itself as an extraordinary destination.

Bristol, located in the southwest of England, is a city renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and thriving cultural scene.

Airbus, a global leader in Aerospace Manufacturing has a significant presence in Bristol, employing a large number of skilled professionals and contributing to the city's reputation as a hub for Advanced Engineering and Technological innovation.

The city is home to the BBC Natural History Unit, which produces world-renowned nature documentaries. The BBC's presence in Bristol has not only brought employment opportunities but has also fostered a creative ecosystem that supports independent filmmakers, animators, and digital media companies.

Bristol's financial services sector plays a crucial role in the city's economy. Lloyds Banking Group, one of the UK's largest financial institutions, has a significant presence in Bristol, employing thousands of professionals across various divisions. Additionally, Hargreaves Lansdown, a prominent investment services company, is headquartered in the city, contributing to its reputation as a financial center.

Bristol has emerged as a leading Technology and Innovation hub in the UK. One of the standout employers in this sector is Graphcore, a semiconductor company specializing in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Bristol's thriving higher education institutions, including the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England, play a crucial role in driving Research and Innovation in the city.

Bristol's vibrant economy and diverse industry landscape have made it an attractive destination for professionals across various sectors. As Bristol continues to thrive as a hub for innovation, creativity, and technological advancement, its prominent local employers will play a pivotal role in shaping the city's future and ensuring its position as a prominent economic center in the UK.

Working in Bristol


Are you currently seeking job opportunities in Bristol? Our focus is on showcasing the best job openings offered by leading local employers within the city. Our main goal is to help you save time during your job search. BristolJobs.co.uk takes pride in being the premier jobboard dedicated to Bristol and the surrounding area.

If you're new to the area, we're excited to convey our passion for Bristol and why we think it distinguishes itself as an extraordinary place to live and work.

Bristol, located in the southwest of England, is a city renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and thriving cultural scene.

Airbus, a global leader in Aerospace Manufacturing has a significant presence in Bristol, employing a large number of skilled professionals and contributing to the city's reputation as a hub for Advanced Engineering and Technological innovation.

The city is home to the BBC Natural History Unit, which produces world-renowned nature documentaries. The BBC's presence in Bristol has not only brought employment opportunities but has also fostered a creative ecosystem that supports independent filmmakers, animators, and digital media companies.


Bristol's financial services sector plays a crucial role in the city's economy. Lloyds Banking Group, one of the UK's largest financial institutions, has a significant presence in Bristol, employing thousands of professionals across various divisions. Additionally, Hargreaves Lansdown, a prominent investment services company, is headquartered in the city, contributing to its reputation as a financial center.


Bristol has emerged as a leading Technology and Innovation hub in the UK. One of the standout employers in this sector is Graphcore, a semiconductor company specializing in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Bristol's thriving higher education institutions, including the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England, play a crucial role in driving Research and Innovation in the city.

Bristol's vibrant economy and diverse industry landscape have made it an attractive destination for professionals across various sectors. As Bristol continues to thrive as a hub for innovation, creativity, and technological advancement, its prominent local employers will play a pivotal role in shaping the city's future and ensuring its position as a prominent economic center in the UK.

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