Are you, or someone you know, considering a return to the workplace after a career break? We’re aware of how hard it can be to return to work after having a gap in your career, whether this has come about as a result of bringing up family or due to other caring commitments.

We are delighted to announce our collaboration with one of the most innovative, respected and fastest growing companies in the UK, based in central Bristol, to create more opportunities for those who wish to return to work after a career break.

We’re looking for a number of “returners” to join this progressive company, with an anticipated programme start date in January.

The role is a 6-month fixed-term administrative position.  Given the rate of growth of this company, there could be further permanent opportunities within the business in areas more suited to your professional background.  Or, there may be opportunities to remain in the department you joined.  Whether you have a background in HR, Marketing, Operations, Project Management or any other office based background, this is a fantastic opportunity to return to work in a fully supported environment.

If you are currently in a career gap of at least 12 months, can commit to a minimum of 16 hours a week, and have previous experience in an “office based” environment, we would love to hear from you.

Interviews are being held in October and November for a January start. For more information please email tracey@ten2two.org, or for an informal chat, please call 01453 702400.

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