BJSS has announced a UK-wide programme to encourage school leavers, apprentices, university graduates, and people retraining or returning to work to enter the digital sector.
Jane Imrie

Tech firm is "supporting Britain’s economic recovery" with nationwide job creation

A Leeds-based tech company has announced plans to support the industry with a new national recruitment drive.

BJSS has announced a UK-wide programme to encourage school leavers, apprentices, university graduates, and people retraining or returning to work to enter the digital sector.

80 new roles, which are set to be filled between now and 2021, have been ring fenced for this initiative.

Recruits will be supported by the Company’s existing BJSS Academy learning and development infrastructure.

Stuart Bullock, managing director at BJSS, commented: “BJSS has always been an enthusiastic employer of young people, and I’m thrilled that we’re rising to the skills challenge by extending opportunities to people who wish to retrain for broad ranging careers across our portfolio of consulting roles, or those returning to work.”

“The BJSS Academy plays an exciting and vital role in upskilling people while ensuring that we maintain the expertise we need to deliver some of Britain’s most high-profile projects.”

“Getting people working in roles where they will thrive is a fundamental national priority and we’re pleased to play our part in supporting Britain’s economic recovery.”

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