October 2nd 2012
Stafford based computer software firm Connexica, following a year of impressive growth, has announced their second recruitment this month, a new apprentice to work within their customer support function.
Connexica, whose Business Intelligence solution CXAIR has implementations across UK, US, Europe and the Middle East, have brought on board a new apprentice Sam Paterson, to provide further technical support to customers.
Alongside the on the job training, Sam will also undergo formal training through the NITP IT Academy.
This is the start of a youth recruitment program that Connexica have launched to provide local youth with accessible and extremely valuable work experience from highly experienced, industry experts to give young people a path into work. With youth unemployment reaching 2.56 million as of August 2012, giving young people an opportunity to succeed is a priority for Connexica.
Kevin Strachan, Operations Manager at Connexica says, “We are delighted to announce the launch of our youth recruitment program in the hope that we can provide job opportunities to young people. Apprenticeships are an excellent way for young people to learn within the workplace alongside gaining formal qualifications and we are delighted due to our success to be able to offer these opportunities. Therefore, we are delighted to welcome Sam to our team at Connexica as part of our continued commitment to provide excellent service to our customers.”
This news comes just two weeks after recruiting Staffordshire University student Ben Edge, on a one year marketing apprenticeship and now, even with Sam joining the team, they are still looking to enhance and commit to their youth recruitment program by offering another apprenticeship position within their Sales & Marketing department as a Marketing Analyst. For further information on this role please contact Connexica at firstname.lastname@example.org