People news – JOBS at HIC
Recruitment Resourcer Assistant Apprentice
Emerald Starfish is looking for an apprentice to learn its processes, then to develop professionally and personally as the company continues to grow.
Recruitment Assistant Apprentice
Having already successfully trained up one apprentice, Salad Skills is looking for another to join the team. Salad Skills is a great place to work and is committed to developing its apprentices to the fullest.
If you know of anyone who would be interested in taking one of these attractive opportunities, contact Harriet Berry on 01858 414282, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
RHG Consult opportunities
Learning and development company RHG Consult is looking for a new member to join their team to work closely with managers and tutors. The role will involve administration of recruitment, induction and support for learners from beginning to end.
Part-time data input
RHG Consult is also looking for a new part-time member. The role will involve data inputting to a high degree of accuracy. The post is for two days a week initially, with flexible working hours.
If you know of anyone who could benefit from either of these opportunities, contact email@example.com for more information.
Harborough Innovation Centre is owned and supported by Harborough District Council (HDC). As the building owner HDC also funds the Centre’s business support provision, providing the basis for expert business advice, mentoring and workshops.
Heritage settles in to HIC
One of our Pioneer 10 competitors, Heritage Archaeology, has now moved into the centre, and is looking to grow after what has been a successful first year in business.
IFA moves onwards and upwards
After four years at HIC, Intelligent Financial Advisory (IFA) has moved on. The team has performed so well in that time that it has finally outgrown the centre, and has taken on new offices of its own in Lutterworth.
Recruitment guru wins Harborough district business award
Caroline Hunt, of Emerald Starfish, was named the winner of the latest Pioneer 10, an awards programme funded by Harborough District Council and run out of the Harborough Innovation Centre (HIC).