Welcome to Meridian Business Support Worcester. 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 the Office & Professional, Industrial, Health & Nursing and Built Environment sectors.
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Why work in Worcester?
Worcester (pronounced woos-ter for those not familiar with Worcestershire Sauce) is a city in the West Midlands north of Gloucester. It’s a major city with great links into the Welsh Marches, Gloucestershire and the Midlands.
The M5 Motorway runs north-south immediately to the east of the City, and is accessed by Junction 6 (Worcester North) and Junction 7 (Worcester South). Several A roads pass through the city. The A449 road runs south-west to Malvern and north to Kidderminster. The A44 runs south-east to Evesham and west to Leominster and Aberystwyth and crosses Worcester Bridge. The A38 trunk road runs south to Tewkesbury and Gloucester and north-north-east to Droitwich and Birmingham. The A4103 goes west-south-west to Hereford. The A422 heads east to Alcester, branching from the A44 a mile east of the M5. The city is encompassed by a partial ring road (A4440) which is formed, rather inconsistently, by single and dual carriageways. The A4440 road provides a second road bridge across the Severn (Carrington Bridge) just west of the A4440-A38 junction. Carrington Bridge links the A38 from Worcester towards Gloucester with the A449 linking Worcester with Malvern.
Worcester has two stations, Worcester Foregate Street and Worcester Shrub Hill. Both stations frequently serve Birmingham via Droitwich Spa, then either lines being firstly via Kidderminster and Stourbridge mostly Birmingham Snow Hill (with some going this way to Birmingham New Street) and Birmingham Moor Street then onwards perhaps to Warwick or secondly via Bromsgrove and University and Birmingham New Street.