Sir Ian will take up post on 1 August 2018 after the current Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC), Paul Gray CB, stands down. Esther McVey said: I am delighted to welcome Sir Ian to the role of SSAC Chair. He will bring a wealth of relevant experience and skills to the role.
IMMEDIATE START!!!!! We currently have a number of positions available working in and around the York area, working as Domestic
Our client is the leading Waste Management company in the East Midlands and is looking for diligent Recycling Operatives to work
We have over 20 different temporary contracts available, with the potential for permanent placement for the right candidate. These contracts
The unemployment rate is now 4.2% – down 0.4% since last year – with the number of people out of work falling by 115,000. The figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) come as Black, Asian and minority ethnic employment (BAME) is at a record high. The BAME employment gap – the difference
The new Board will work under the leadership of Lynda Armstrong OBE, who was appointed as Chair by the Minster for Apprenticeships and Skills, Anne Milton MP in January. Lynda Armstrong, Chair of the ECITB Board, said: I am pleased to be joined by such a high-calibre and diverse group of professionals on the ECITB