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Careers event for veterans

Chubb, the fire safety and security firm, is partnering with one of the world’s largest facility services providers, ISS, for a careers event for veterans, former service personnel, and their families for finding new civilian careers.

The JointForces@ISS careers event will take place on Tuesday, July 19 at Watchmoor Business Park in Camberley. Starting at 10am and running until 2:30pm, former service personnel and their families will be able to find out more about the range of vacancies and career opportunities on offer with ISS and Chubb. ISS created this to help those leaving the armed services transition into civilian life through sustainable employment opportunities. Since launching in 2017, the programme has offered advice, guidance, and one-to-one support to over 700 people, helping three quarters secure some form of employment, either permanent roles or temporary contracts at ISS UK.

Raymond Cooksley, JointForces@ISS Programme Manager, said: “The military community has such a wide and varied skillset, that civilian employers value and need. As a veteran myself, I understand the challenges our military communities face when transitioning or relocating to a new are of the country. We are very proud to be jointly hosting the event in July with Chubb and opening up even more opportunities for the community.”

And Kirsty Brooks, Director, Employee Experience and Development at Chubb, said: “We’re proud to be partnering with ISS for the JointForces@ISS careers day on Tuesday 19th July. The programme is a fantastic opportunity for service leavers and their families to learn about the exciting career opportunities we have on offer at Chubb. Our team will be on hand to explain more about our accelerator sales and technical development scheme, our apprenticeship programme, and current vacancies in a variety of roles.”

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