The Angus Knight Group’s commitment to empowering people to live happier and more purposeful lives is spreading throughout the UK thanks to the recent expansion of our business, Jobs 22.
With a compassionate and commercial approach to helping people get back to work, Jobs 22 is extending their geographic footprint, now providing support to unemployed people in the constituency of Grantham and Stamford.
Supporting government plans to help people find jobs in their local area, Jobs 22 provides 12 months of tailored and community-based support for each participant who will have access to a Jobs 22 employment coach.
Jobs 22 Grantham and Stamford business manager Melanie Mason said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming local employers, council representatives and local service providers to our new home in the George Centre.
“If you’re an employer looking to hire new people or you’re looking for a job, please come and visit us and we can help you with the skills and support you need. There’s a lot of unrealised talent in our local areas and we’re here to help build confidence and skills in those affected by the pandemic.”
Tackling barriers, providing comprehensive support, and tailoring individual journey’s is all part of the Angus Knight Group ethos. As a group, we’re excited to see how the expansion of our Jobs 22 network will benefit not only the jobseekers who register with us, but the local economy and community too.
The expansion of the Jobs 22 network into Grantham and Stamford is part of the Restart Scheme.
This story was initially published in the Grantham Journal on 20 October, 2021.