We have recently received some fantastic feedback from Abdullah Jami who worked as a carer for our Tameside branch. The feedback we receive is so valuable to us and whilst there is always room for improvement this feedback left us feeling incredibly proud. Read More
Looking for a job or work experience? Come along and join our recruitment team from Rochdale at Queen Elizabeht Hall on Thursday 21st September.
Our Recruitment Team from Blackpool and Preston are inviting you to visit them at UCLAN Jobs Fair.
The event will be held at UCLAN Students Union, Fylde Road, Preston PR1 7BY from 11am- 3pm on Tuesday 3rd October. If you can't wait until October you can contact the team today on 01772 876 150.
I’m pleased to announce that Heather has now been promoted to Recruitment Coordinator for our Tameside branch.
Having started working for the branch as an Apprentice, Heather has proven that career opportunities really do exist within Routes.
I am sure you will join me in congratulating Heather and wish well for continued success into the future.
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