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Project Manager Building Services

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Location: Birmingham

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Recruiter: Rise Technical Recruitment

Job Hours: Part-time

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Project Manager (Building Services) £50,000 - £60,000 + £5,000 Car Allowance + Laptop/Phone + Company Bonuses Commutable from Bromsgrove, Redditch, Rubery, Northfield, Droitwich Spa, Kidderminster, Birmingham Are you a Project Manager with experience in Building Services looking to join a UK lead...Read More

DevOps Engineer

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Plexus

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Devops Engineer- Permanent- Fully Remote (UK)- Blockchain Devops Engineer- Permanent- Fully Remote (UK)- Blockchain Plexus is working with a well funded start-up company who operate within the DeFi and Blockchain space. They offer a protocol that eliminates the necessity to pre-fund wallets on excha...Read More

Marketing Campaign Manager

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Location: East Boldon

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Recruiter: Adecco

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We are excited to announce we are working with a global company who are looking for a Marketing Campaign Manager. This role is temporary for 3 months and may be extended for the right candidate. This position is fully remote, you can be based anywhere in the UK! Job Responsibilities: Deliver on camp...Read More

Interim FP&A Consultant

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Finatal

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£650 (Outside) 6 Months Remote Finatal are working with a PE backed Software development business looking for an experienced FP&A interim to join the business and support various internal projects during a sustained period of growth. In the midst of several acquisitions, you’ll need to take owne...Read More

Quantity Surveyor

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Niyaa People

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Quantity SurveyorEalingUp to £50,000 + Benefits, Company Van, fuel card (no limit), Bonus, laptop, phone and iPadThe Company:This is a permanent opportunity to join a social housing giant for a leading housing association. Their market-leading service is maintained through a committed team of highl...

UI Designer

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Sanderson

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Job Role: UI DesignerRate: £440 per day Outside IR35Duration: 3 MonthsLocation: Fully Remote A chance to join a FinTech start-up that is looking to revolutionise online payments. You will be in a true start-up with the opportunity to shape the product and change the online payments market. You will...

AWS Data Engineer

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Proactive Appointments

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AWS Data Engineer Remote / Hybrid working Our client, who are a leading digital marketing agency have an exciting opportunity for several AWS Data Engineers to join their team on a contract basis. If you are a talented AWS Data Engineer, get in touch now! It is a highly technical role and requires ...Read More

Recruitment Consultant

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Venn Group

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Recruitment Consultant It’s not just a job, it’s a career. This is an opportunity for a career with a recruitment business where career progression/internal promotions are a priority as we only promote within. You will become part of a supportive environment with structured training through...Read More

Commercial Account Handler/Executive

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Nashrock Recruitment

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The Company You will be working for an a family-owned, reputable and indpendent Insurance Broker who are looking to add an Commercial Account Handler/Executive to their team. They have been successfully established for over 50 years and have a good reputation within the market, who provide business...

React.js - Node Web Developer

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Location: South East London

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Recruiter: Apache Associates

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React.js - Node - Web Developer - Home working - to £50k pa Our web development client is looking for an experienced Web Developer to join their expanding team. Our client works with a wide variety of clients from a number of different sectors, including Financial Services, Retail, Health & Social ...

Work From Home UK Jobs

Work from home and remote jobs give you an exciting and challenging opportunity to take control of your career. When you conduct a remote job search or set up a work from home job alert, you will find new jobs that are fully remote with fixed or flexible hours. You will also find hybrid working jobs, where some hours each week are remote, and others are in the office.

Start your work from home job search here.

Jobs you can do from home

Thanks to fast-evolving and proven computer software, apps, and hardware, many different types of jobs can be performed as home roles. Work from home customer service jobs is one example where you may work remotely as part of a team. The range of jobs and businesses moving into the remote space is ever-increasing and includes marketing, IT support, writing, sales, training, administration, Human Resources, recruitment, finance, accounting, and project management.

Work from home jobs might be available with an almost immediate start date. This is particularly true for home-based jobs conducted on a contract or freelance basis.

Where to find work from home jobs

By their nature, part-time and full-time work from home jobs that are entirely remote can be performed from anywhere in the UK (including England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland) and sometimes from anywhere in the world.

Depending on how often you need to visit the office, hybrid working will involve a commute. With a commute on the cards, the company may prefer the person to work from an address that is relatively close to the business address.

If you are seeking remote work in London, there are plenty of work from home London jobs to choose from. However, London employers are not the only ones recognising and embracing the benefits of remote work. Locations in the East, West, Midlands and the North of England offer plenty of employers seeking work from home professionals.

When you make a work from home job search, refine your search parameters by entering your city, such as London, your county, country (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland) or the UK, for nationwide work from home jobs.

Highest paying remote jobs

The business sectors offering high paying work from home jobs include IT, marketing, design, writing, and sales jobs that usually have a basic salary and extra income opportunities (commission or bonuses) linked to your performance.

You can begin your job hunt straight away for these popular high-paying, skilled work from home jobs:

To secure an exciting opportunity to work remotely in the UK, be ready to promote relevant education and work from home skills. The transferrable skills that will lead to a remote job offer include communication, trustworthiness, organisation, time-management, and being a self-starter.

Well-paid UK work from home jobs where you do not need an advanced education or degree include:

For average salary and career advice, and more information on work from home topics, read the following articles:

Part-time work from home jobs

Lots of companies are seeking individuals for part-time jobs from home. The company may not have the resources or requirements for full-time employees. Alternatively, the business may want to serve its customers during peak times or provide continued service and support in the evenings, through the night, and at weekends.

Part-time work from home jobs might be right for you if you are searching for flexible hours, are studying during the day, have family commitments, or simply want to earn a little extra income. You can find a home job that is paid by the hour or has a set number of hours to work each week with a basic salary.

The organisation that employs you may still want you to attend the office or site for meetings or training, so you need to consider this. If not stated in the job advert, our advice is to ask about site-attendance requirements during candidate phone screening or your job interview.

Work from home best practices

To work from home effectively, it helps to follow a set of best practices that will allow you to follow your preferred schedule, work without interruptions, and maintain social contact that ordinarily comes from working in the office.

Whether you work an hour a day or forty hours a week as a remote employee, you should:

1. Know the remote working policies

An organisation should have a work from home policy, although many of these were created in a hurry at the pandemic's outbreak. It will help you immensely to understand the company's acceptable work practices, and whether a policy exists or not, you should find out:

  • If you have set work hours or can work flexibly.

  • Which technology and software do you need? - Do you need a phone, internet access, or email? Does the team communicate over Skype, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Slack? Does the team collaborate on projects and tasks using Trello or Asana?

  • Can you use your laptop or must you use an employer-provided device?

  • If remote access to the company's network is permitted over public Wi-Fi - Do you need to set up two-factor authentication to sign in?

2. Ensure your internet is up to speed

Internet connectivity is much more reliable today. However, suppose you have other family members at home using the internet. In that case, you may find it is slow to download large files or experience poor-quality video conferencing, making a poor impression on the boss, your team, or customers.

The best internet reliability is found by working close to your wireless router or by using an Ethernet connection if your computer has one. However, a busy home internet connection may still prevent you from delivering the required service level your employer expects. In that case, you may need to consider contacting your internet service provider to purchase a second router on its own line.

3. Create a functional workspace

If you are lucky, you may be able to set up a home office. However, not all homes have a spare room available. In that case, it is vital to define a private, quiet space where family activities will not distract you or can be heard when you are on the phone or attending a virtual meeting.

Unfortunately, all distractions cannot necessarily be avoided. You may find it helpful to use noise-cancelling headphones or earphones. Alternatively, you may be able to manage distractions by working during an hour when they don’t occur. You may need to ask your manager if you can work during the day if your children are at school or during the evenings when they are asleep.

4. Plan a range of social activities

While the prospect of working from home may seem like an exciting opportunity, even the most introverted and independent lone-workers should plan to avoid complete social isolation. It helps to be responsible for your mental-wellbeing and health. This may mean taking an hour for lunch so you can meet up with friends, taking an in-person exercise class, or asking friends to join you on a video chat instead of talking over the phone.

Work from home advantages and disadvantages

The benefits of working from home for employers and employees include:

  • Jobs with flexible, full-time, and part-time hours

  • Fewer geographical job search barriers

  • Save time and money by avoiding a daily commute

  • Fewer staff disputes and office politics

  • Higher productivity and fewer distractions (many research studies provide evidence of this)

  • Better work-life balance

  • Find a job with an immediate start

  • Easier to find practical part-time roles

Work from home disadvantages include:

  • Worker advice and support may be limited

  • Employers lose the workplace culture

  • Collaboration and innovation may be harder

  • Employers may switch to geographical pay models, taking away the financial benefits of no commute

  • Higher utility bills

Flexible jobs and work from home FAQs

Next, we answer your questions on part-time and full-time work from home jobs.

What can I do working from home UK?

Today, many full-time and part-time jobs can be performed from home, including roles performed primarily on a computer or over the phone. You should be able to find a job and join a company working in marketing, IT, sales, or customer service. Specific business sectors have fewer opportunities to work remotely, including construction and transport and logistics jobs. However, you can still search for a remote job or set up job alerts for these industries.

How much are work from home employees paid?

Like those who hold an office job, your work from home salary will be based on the role, technical proficiencies, education, performance, and your overall person specification. Research shows that remote workers are paid a higher average salary than their office counterparts.

What is the best way to find work from home jobs?

You can search for a full-time or part-time home-based job on our website or view work from home jobs by business sector. You can also save time in your job search by registering for job alerts. When you sign up for a job alert, we deliver new homeworking jobs and personalised job recommendations as an email alert straight into your inbox. Whether your job search is for a part-time or full-time role, job alerts will get you to the front of the line ahead of other candidates looking to join the remote workforce.