A new recruitment branch to support people with disabilities and health conditions into work has opened in Mersey Street, Warrington.
A team of five employment advisers will provide specialist development, training and learning services designed to prepare people for the jobs market. Offering a highly personalised employment service, including CV writing, interview coaching, and enhanced job searching techniques, the team will motivate and build the confidence of candidates to ensure that they are well prepared and job-ready.
Remploy is the UK’s leading provider of specialist employment services to people who experience complex barriers to employment and supported more than 20,000 people into work last year. The branch will deliver two Government programmes; Workchoice and the more recent Work Programme.
David Mowat MP attended a ceremony on Friday (March 09) to mark the opening of the branch.
Joanne Rodgers, Remploy’s Warrington branch manager, said: “Whatever the candidate’s age, skills or barriers Remploy has an established reputation as a provider of Welfare to Work programmes. We have a proven track record in supporting job seekers back into employment through our highly tailored training support and advice initiatives.
“With years of experience in finding jobs for those furthest from the labour market Remploy is well placed to work in partnership with employers, local government and community groups to develop innovative and highly personalised training programmes that will meet the needs of employers in Warrington.”
The Remploy branch is at Ground Floor, Priory House, Mersey Street, Warrington