Unitemps raises awareness at Fresher’s events in Birmingham
Unitemps enjoyed a successful day raising awareness of our service to Birmingham’s student population of more than 65,000.
Natasha Carrolan, Recruitment Executive based at Unitemps’ Birmingham office, was at Newman University’s Fresher’s Week on 20th September, introducing Unitemps and highlighting ways candidates can, and have, gained valuable work experience, learned new skills, and jump-started a career through internships or paid work placements.
Meanwhile, Manny Mahay, Recruitment Executive, Jess Walker, Recruitment Consultant and Ceri Davies, Recruitment Coordinator were also at Birmingham City University on the same day advising students on ways to support themselves financially while studying.
Glenn Clark, Director of Unitemps, commented:
“Our branch at Birmingham City University helps students become aware of opportunities in the local community, as well as further afield at the University of Warwick. As well as the BCU branch, our Warwick branch has a second office based at Millennium Point that brings a wider net of talent to the Birmingham area, as well as offering students in the area access to jobs outside of Birmingham. We are glad to be able to support local businesses by providing skilled workers in a way that offers students skills and opportunities to increase employability, and being present at events such as Newman Fresher’s Week and BCU Welcome Fair are fantastic opportunities for us to share our goals and increase awareness of our service in Birmingham.”
Unitemps places candidates in temporary and permanent roles within universities and surrounding businesses, reinventing the traditional approach to student working and institutional employment. With our heritage firmly grounded in the higher education sector, all revenues are re-invested into the University and campus facilities.