Looking to recruit a graduate? Get support through RISE SCR

12th February 2018

If your organisation is one of the many interesting businesses in Sheffield City Region looking for a competitive edge, you'll love RISE.

RISE helps connect the region's network of innovative and exciting businesses to graduates with energy, enthusiasm and fresh ideas. RISE is a free graduate recruitment programme to help SMEs based in in the nine regions of the SCR to find the best graduate talent for their business. We'll write you an advert, advertise your role across the UK and put candidates through a variety of recruitment tasks. You'll also have access to including line manager training, interview guidance and toolkits. There is no cost for to except the graduate's salary and employers NI, plus you'll get a £1000 subsidy the first time you use the scheme. To be eligible you must be an SME (less than 250 employees) based in the SCR. The service is jointly funded by the SCR Growth Hub, The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. The deadline to sign up to the scheme is 13th March so get in touch with Gabi Binnie (gabi@gradconsult.co.uk) ASAP to discuss advertising a vacancy.

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