RISE SCR free graduate recruitment service for SMEs

7th February 2019

RISE Sheffield City Region, a fully funded graduate recruitment scheme for SMEs, is running its 18th cohort.

Details are outlined in the documents attached, but to summarise: Free graduate recruitment programme to assist SMEs based in in the nine regions of the SCR Only cost to you is the graduate's salary and employers NI. No agency fees, administrative costs, etc. Free business support including line manager training, interview guidance and toolkits Free graduate development day, toolkits and membership to the Junior Chamber International The deadline to sign up is 6th March and we have limited availability so places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please get in touch ASAP to find out more Feedback for the scheme: -RISE worked really well for us. We wouldn't have had the resources to interview the number of initial applicants ourselves Riverside Automation -It has been a great service as RISE has done a lot of the selection process for us. It's great because whilst RISE organises a lot of the recruitment process, we still have the final say on who we hire. Pyronix -The RISE scheme was a breath of fresh air and I learnt lots about recruitment. All the information was there if we needed it, but it wasn't forced on us if we didn't. Sheffield Sustainable Kitchens The service is jointly funded by the SCR Growth Hub, The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. Please contact Oliver Tarrant (oliver@gradconsult.co.uk) to discuss advertising a vacancy.

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