Our dedication to paving the way for ex-military personnel into civilian life is award winning, accredited and even built into our recruitment process.
We partner with various organisations to help make your transition into civilian life as smooth as possible. We believe and invest in people with passion, potential and pride.
That’s why we offer a range of careers for people with the right talents – from strong communication, organisation and other transferable skills, to the ability to solve problems, work well in a team and show commitment in all you do.
We also appreciate just how significant and life-changing a decision this is, so we try and make it an easier one (we are proud to hold the gold award with the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme).
Whether it’s in Operations, Operations Management, Project Management, Supply Chain, IT or elsewhere across our business, we’ll be behind you every step of the way. Use your unique experiences to deliver promises – and you’ll be well rewarded.
Walking With The Wounded
In addition to raising thousands of pounds for this worthwhile charity, we’ve formed a partnership that allows us to work closely to recruit people from their network of ex-service personnel – easing their route into the civilian working world.
The Armed Forces Covenant
Since 2015, we’ve been a Forces Friendly Employer, in order to link reservists and veterans with careers that suit their valued talents. In just two years, we supported and recruited more than 100 ex-services personnel into a variety of roles.
Career Transition Partnership
We also collaborate with the Career Transition Partnership – an initiative that works in partnership with The Ministry of Defence to provide more rewarding and relevant career options for people leaving military service.
We’ve also introduced several HR strategies to make your first steps here much easier. This includes software training through ‘Military to Microsoft’ courses and guaranteed interviews to ex-military applicants who fit the role criteria. Acting reservists also get 10 days’ extra authorised leave to complete their two-week training camp.