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A Kaleidoscope of Work Opportunity

A Kaleidoscope of Work Opportunity

Are you looking for work or to change jobs? A major employer in Sheffield is seeking to improve the diversity of their workforce and hoping to find suitable talent with the help of the Kaleidoscope Group.

The employer has agreed to sponsor 10 disabled people to attend Kaleidoscope Recruitment’s ‘Talent Incubator Programme’ and hopes to offer suitable participants employment opportunities.

Kaleidoscope Recruitment offers training services to disabled people who require additional skills or confidence building. Their aim is to help disabled people identify their most suited career path by gaining a thorough understanding of their skills, capabilities and hidden talents.

The programme starts on 1 November and consists of 6 weekly online sessions each lasting approximately 1.5 – 2 hrs

An Information Session and 1:1 short chat will allow you to understand better what’s involved, before confirming your participation

View Flier for more details.

To apply please email your contact details to Recruitment@Kaleidoscope.Group and you will be contacted by a member of their team.

If you have any further questions please contact Ross Smith on 0800 7555 667.


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