This week’s new launches include: OSC Recruitment, Skillzminer, Wren Kitchens

• Distance learning provider Open Study College has launched OSC Recruitment, a subdivision “dedicated to enhancing its offering for jobseekers and employers alike”. Recruitment consultant Jak Whitehouse, with more than 15 years’ industry experience, will lead the division. OSC Recruitment will focus on sourcing and placing individuals from its existing pool of students, and will also provide CV writing and workshops, interview tips, employability guidance and career advice.

Skillzminer, a new job-matching platform, has launched claiming to “change people’s fortunes in just four minutes”. Skillzminer says users answer a few quick questions and find jobs they are suited to based on their skills, interests and styles. It removes any background or gender bias, meaning employers improve their social responsibility by recruiting people based on their true skills, abilities and potential.

Wren Kitchens is recruiting more than 60 new tech/IT positions, following the launch of its new IT facility in Barton-Upon-Humber. Wren will offer remote working for its developers and welcomes people from across the UK to apply. A Tech Recruitment Event will take place on Saturday 2 October at The Nest in Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire, where technologies will be showcased.

Good news on the jobs horizon across all sectors in the UK

UK independent parcel carrier Yodel is looking to recruit 4,311 new colleagues as the business prepares for a busy festive period.

22 October 2021

Darby acquires Cooper Lomaz from founders Lovell and Cooper

Mark Darby (pictured) has confirmed that he has acquired technical and professional recruitment specialist Cooper Lomaz.

People 19 October 2021


This week’s appointments include: Acorn, greenbean, HW Global Talent Partner, Oyster Partnership, Randstad, Tessiant

People 19 October 2021

Government and companies create jobs across the UK

A record £650bn infrastructure investment will support 425,000 jobs a year, according to a new Infrastructure Pipeline.

16 September 2021