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Career Returners Supported Hiring

Women Returners is partnering with O2 to provide an ongoing supported hiring programme, alongside their annual returnship. The supported hiring programme will enable professionals who have taken an extended career break to return to their professional careers in permanent roles.

O2 is welcoming applications for its open roles from people who have taken an extended career break. Successful candidates who have taken a voluntary break for 2+ years will be considered for the opportunity to receive individual coaching from Women Returners, internal mentoring and focused training to support their transition back to the corporate workforce.

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Roles are based mainly across Slough, Leeds, London and Preston Brook, however there may be roles that are flexible on location (including home-based/field based roles)

Please apply via the careers site for any vacancy that you feel is suitable to your skills and choose ‘other’ and then type in ‘Women Returners’ in the drop down on ‘How did you find out about the vacancy?’ when making your application.

 

To view the broad range of open roles please visit:

About O2

O2 provides much more than mobile phones and networks. They get to know their customers and give them what they want and plenty more besides. Priority rewards. Extras. Perks. All kinds of good stuff. It’s the same with their colleagues. You’ll be more than a number. They’ll get to know what makes you tick and make sure your career, rewards and development all flex to fit around you.

There are over 7,000 employees at O2. They’re all very different. And they all love what they do – whether they’re surprising customers in stores or creating the next big thing at head office. Every day is an adventure. There’s always a real buzz about the place. And they’re on the lookout for more great talent. A choice of benefits. The latest gizmos. Bright ideas. All kinds of career routes. You could enjoy all of these things and more at O2. You can find out more about O2 using the links below: