Fully funded graduate recruitment scheme for SMEs

29th August 2017

RISE Sheffield City Region, a fully funded graduate recruitment scheme for SMEs, is now in its fourth year, and is running its 14th cohort the last of 2017.

An overview of the scheme: Free graduate recruitment programme for SMEs based in the Sheffield City Region We do the hard work for you - written applications are sifted on the organisation's behalf, and shortlisted candidates go through a video interview and assessment centre before meeting you at final interview You are provided with support from a member of the RISE team throughout the process including an employer briefing, a three-month visit and ad hoc assistance Your graduate will be invited to a training and development event once appointed You can access a range of HR materials, including line manager toolkits, interview guidance and templates £1,000 subsidy available for your first graduate recruited via RISE (provided you are based in the Sheffield City Region, have less than 250 employees and don't routinely recruit graduates) Only cost to you is the graduate's salary and national insurance. There are no agency fees, administrative costs, etc. Deadline for vacancy submissions is 27th September, so get in touch ASAP to get involved. For more information click here. The scheme is jointly funded by the SCR Growth Hub, The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. Please contact Gabi Binnie gabi@gradconsult.co.uk to discuss advertising a vacancy.

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