Are you looking to return to work after a career break of two or more years? Do you have a financial services or other professional background?
Come along to the launch event in London on 18 April 2018 from 9.30am for the Bank of England’s new Career Returners Programme.
Join the Bank of England and the Women Returners organisation, the return-to-work experts, for a morning of information, support and networking. Find out more about the Career Returners Programme, a paid placement for six months, with flexible working and coaching support and the possibility of a permanent role at the end.
To find out more and to register for the event, sign up for the free Women Returners Professional Network on www.womenreturners.com, ideally before 20 March when registration opens.
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