Did you know?
At Pertemps we have an expert team who exclusively find jobs for Service Leavers, Veterans, Reservists and the wider military community.
Approx. 12,000 to 16,000 personnel leave the British Armed Forces each year, joining a population of 2.6 million military veterans and 35,000 volunteer reserves in ‘civvy street’.
For some, it is difficult to find employment. This could be for many reasons, including employers not recognising the transferrable skills they offer.
Here at Pertemps, we realise the value that veterans and reservists bring to employers.
From strong communication, leadership and teamwork skills to social perceptiveness and creative problem-solving, veterans and reservists are capable of transferring their skills to a wealth of different civilian roles.
Our dedicated Forces Liaison team help Ex Service personnel get into civilian work, and aid reservists in finding a job to fit around their reserve duties by offering both free and discounted training to assist them in finding a job.
So, if you are a service leaver or reservist and want to find a job to suit your needs, our Forces Liaison team can help.
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OFFICIAL GOLD AWARD HOLDERS
Recently, our Pertemps Armed Forces Liaison Team were finally presented with our Gold Award revalidation by Colonel Richard Maybery QGM.
Ministry of Defence's Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) highlights employers such as PNG who are acting as advocates to the Armed Forces Community.
Be the best of both worlds
with Pertemps Driving Division and the Army Reserves
Pertemps, working in partnership with the Army have designed the Portfolio Employment Model (PEM) to provide Reserve Soldiers with a flexible civilian LGV Driving career option that fits perfectly around Reserve Service. This employment package includes additional paid Man Training Days during the logistics industry’s quietest periods.
Pertemps Driving Division can help you gain your Driver CPC and provide FREE commercial LGV familiarisation training.
The PEM enables a Reserve Soldier to balance working for Pertemps Driving Division during the logistics industry’s busiest periods and the Army during the logistics industry’s quietest periods.
Pertemps Driving Division will pre-authorise all time off for Training Days, Annual Continuous Training and any additional Army Reserve training opportunities that arise. The Army has authorised additional Man Training Days to be given to each Reserve Soldier taking up the PEM.
If you are currently an LGV C driver, Pertemps will upgrade your licence to LGV C+E for FREE after a qualifying period.
Open to both experienced and inexperienced Army Reserve LGV Drivers. PEM is designed to provide Reserve Soldiers with a flexible civilian LGV driving career that goes hand-in-hand with life in the Army Reserves – it really is ‘best of both worlds.