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Hi, my name is khushboo!

khushboo Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited September 16 in Work and employment
Hi My Name is khushboo (Removed by moderator, personal details) and I am student. I am having work experience of 9 years in bank and I am physically disable having issue with my right leg which is polio affected.
Looking for any sitting job in Leicester LE3.
If anyone can help me pleasecontact me over my email. I am very good in customer service as I worked for customer service executive for bank for 9 years.

Kind Regards,
Khushboo (Removed by moderator, personal details)


  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 5,416

    Scope community team

    Hello @khushboo

    Welcome to the community, it's nice to see you join us.

    We do not offer job opportunities on this platform, however Scope has a range of employment services that I would recommend reading about, you can do so here. Furthermore, have you had a look on the main job boards such as Indeed? It appears as though you have quite a bit of experience, so you will certainly have plenty to offer.

    Just to let you know, I have removed your personal details from your post, in accordance with our community guidelines.
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  • Fred2021
    Fred2021 Community Volunteer Adviser Posts: 34 Connected

    Hi @khushboo

    A warm welcome to the online community, it’s lovely to have you here.

    Just so you are aware, Scope have a range of online advice and resources to help with job applications.  These include:

    ·  Finding Jobs

    ·  Writing a CV

    ·  Writing Cover Letters

    Also to echo what Ross_Scope has said, if you would like to work 1:1 with an Employment Adviser, Scope have employment services for disabled jobseekers at different stages in their employment journey.  More information can be found here:   Employment Services

    Scope’s specialist Employment Advisers are very friendly and provide tailored support with areas including:

    ·  Searching and applying for jobs

    ·  Interview preparation

    ·  Advice around disability disclosure, requesting reasonable adjustments, and transitioning into a new job.

    I hope some of this information will be useful to you.  Please let us know how you are getting on, or if there is any further assistance we can provide.

    Community Volunteer Adviser.  I have some expertise in the following subjects, gained through professional settings such as employment and high level education: autism, learning disabilities, employment.


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