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Welcome to Meridian Business Support Walsall. If you are a candidate looking for your next permanent career move or your next temporary job, Meridian Business Support can assist you. Our recruitment specialists have the knowledge and expertise to place you in a job that best meets your requirements.

Our multi-award winning recruitment specialist services ensure that we deliver exceptional customer service and job-matching expertise. We offer jobs in a variety of sectors including Office & Professional, Industrial, Health Nursing and Built Environment market sectors.

Candidates can also enquire at our Birmingham Industrial, Birmingham Health, Birmingham Construction and Birmingham Commercial branches.




Office & Professional

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Health Nursing

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Health Non-Clinical

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Built Environment

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Why work in Walsall?

Walsall is a large industrial town in the West Midlands. Walsall has been in the forefront of redevelopment in West Midlands. Recently, Walsall's regeneration company has won the prestigious Gold award for overseeing 'the regeneration project of the year' at the Midlands' top Property awards. This is for a range of future development projects worth £1 billion. These are projects for developing offices, flats, leisure facilities and shopping outlets. Park Street remains Walsall's main shopping high street with Bridge Street cutting through the middle to host two average-sized indoor shopping centres at opposite ends; 'The Old Square' and 'Bradford Mall' formerly known as the 'Saddlers Centre'. 

Walsall Bus Station is made up of two smaller bus stations, Bradford Place Bus Station and St Paul's Bus Station, one being larger than the other and providing more services. Over 90 bus routes operated by eleven bus operators serve Walsall. Services from St Paul's Bus Station leave Walsall in many directions; there are services southeast to Birmingham; west to Wolverhampton, Willenhall and Bloxwich; north to Cannock and Brownhills; and east to Sutton Coldfield and Aldridge, with many to the latter. In addition, more infrequent services to Lichfield run. Walsall railway station is situated on Station Street in the town centre and is also accessible from the Saddlers shopping centre. There are typically four trains per hour from the station to Birmingham and one train per hour to Cannock and Rugeley with fewer trains in the evenings and on Sundays. Walsall is served by the A34, the A454 and the M6 for road travel. There are three nearby junctions on the M6 motorway: J7, J9 and J10. 

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