Returning to Work?

Are you looking for a new challenge after a break from your career? Or do you know someone close to you who is thinking of returning to work who has experience in technology? Do you have previous experience working within the technology division? If you’re looking to get back to work in a technology role, then we could have an exciting opportunity for you.

Our helpful and supportive team can discuss your options and preferences for returning to work. Whether it be company culture, flexible work options, opportunities to suit your lifestyle, increasing your skillset or targeting aspirations, we will listen to your needs and together find the right role for you. We have the skills to help you to update and develop your CV, as well as the ability to put you in direct contact with innovative and flourishing employers.

If you have five or more years experience of working within an IT, engineering, Supply chain or Banking and Finance role, or know someone who has and is looking to get back to work, please get in touch. Our aim is to support and advise you, to give you the confidence to get you back into a job, within the role you love!

If you would like to discuss how we can assist you in your return to work, please contact us on [email protected]

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