Several Chamber members have created some great opportunities for local young people under the Government’s Kickstart scheme.
The scheme funds a 6 month, 25 hr a week, paid job and there’s support for the young person to help them make the most of the experience and plan what to do in the future. To be eligible for the opportunities, you must be under 25, have been claiming Universal Credit for at least a month and be available for 25 hrs work a week.
JAS Hair – are looking for a Front of House person to run reception at their London Road premises
Bishop Wordsworth School – have two full-time positions, an Admin Office Assistant and a Facilities Assistant
Functionality Group – are looking for ‘Aspiring Entrepreneurs’ to work on bringing good ideas to market. There are several Internship type roles including:
These are fantastic opportunities in the health, fitness and wellbeing sector for anyone who has ever dreamt of starting their own business.
Anyone who is interested in these roles (you must be under 25, have been claiming Universal Credit for at least a month) should get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Sampson Coward Solicitors – will have 2 positions as Legal Administrators mainly working on archiving documents, but you will also get some experience of other aspects of work in a solicitor’s office.
Evo-tec Installation (Security Systems) – will have roles in Admin, Marketing and Operations at their company based in Stratford sub Castle.
Scrace Architects will be looking for an Office Support Assistant and a Project Support Assistant
The Chapel – will have roles in event management, front of house, catering, bar management, and maintenance training up young people in all aspects of the hospitality and entertainment sector in four venues in Salisbury.
We will post more details of these roles as soon as the businesses are ready to recruit.
The Chamber is working with Supplytrain CIC, a Social Enterprise that works with employers to get young people into jobs. They are an approved Gateway Organisation for the Kickstart Scheme. If you are an employer and would like to know more about the Kickstart scheme and how you can access Government funding for a placement such as these, then go to KickstartUK or contact Chamber Board Member email@example.com