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Support Worker, Durham, UK
About you Are you an enthusiastic, inspiring and resilient individual? Can you hit the ground runni...
Sales Support, Gloucestershire, UK
You'll be the face of the Society and responsible for providing a first class, friendly and knowled...
Other, 1 Victoria St, Hebburn NE31 1DY, UK
Person Specification The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate success in the following...
by Siemens 08/03/20
Rav Shawe is the Senior Legal Counsel at Siemens and provides legal advice, issues high value contracts and trains the business on contractual issues. Rav worked in private practice for six years a...Read more
by Crown Prosecution Service 19/02/20
Our strong commitment to inclusion and equality has secured our ranking as one of the Top 75 employers in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2019. The Index is the creation of the Social Mobility F...Read more
by York St John University 21/01/20
In collaboration with the University of York and Keele University, York St John University are joining a brand-new scheme aimed at supporting people dealing with family separation and child contact ar...Read more
Reed Smith is pleased to announce the launch of The 1973 Club, a networking, knowledge-sharing and philanthropic platform for women in the private equity sector. This prestigious Club is named for th...Read more
On Wednesday 7 June 2017, Eversheds Sutherland staff celebrated the joys of running by pledging to take part in some type of running activity – whether that be 1km or 10km, the choice of distanc...Read more
Jonathan Andrews explains how he used his autism as an advantage when applying for a Training Contract in Law, enabling him to secure a place with Reed Smith. Why keep quiet about a disability when i...Read more