VAR m-hance has launched its 2013 graduate recruitment scheme after its inaugural scheme last year attracted more than 1,200 applicants for just seven places.
In partnership with specialist recruitment firm Discovery Graduates, the firm – which was formed in Novembver 2011 from the merger of seven mid-market players – is looking for seven more graduates to be based at its Stockport headquarters from July onwards.
The successful candidates will be given permanent placements in four business areas – product development, consulting, marketing and public relations – and in addition will receive ongoing training through Discovery’s Open programme, which will give them the opportunity to study for a postgrad certificate in professional development, leadership and organisational change.
Mark Thompson, chief executive of m-hance, said, “As a growing and financially strong business, m-hance is committed to investing in fresh talent who wish to accelerate their careers with us through a variety of exciting routes. We are developing several new innovative products and services to provide further efficiency savings for our customers and are seeking passionate, highly driven and skilled graduates to make a measurable difference.”
He added: “Our first graduate scheme was an outstanding success and enabled us to recruit seven exceptionally gifted individuals who are all enjoying thriving careers with m-hance with lots of opportunity to progress through the company. Our 2013 graduates will have a similarly vital role to play in ensuring our continued success and shaping our future business strategy.”
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