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At Millbank, we understand the challenges faced by those going through resettlement from the Armed Forces. It is not always a straight forward path to find the right civilian career choice upon leaving the British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force or any service role.
However, we strongly believe that ex-military personnel are perfect candidates for many of the engineering disciplines we source for daily.
As well as key technical skills such as knowledge of electronics, mechanical engineering and high security fields like nuclear, services leaders also possess invaluable qualities such as leadership, initiative and teamwork.
No matter what stage you are at in your resettlement journey, contact us to talk about projects and opportunities relevant to your military experience.
Millbank has reinforced its commitment to ex-military personnel by proudly signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
A Corporate Covenant is a voluntary pledge from businesses who wish to demonstrate their concrete support for the Armed Forces Community. By signing the covenant Millbank has vowed to uphold the covenant’s key principles; that no member of the armed forces should face disadvantage compared to any other citizen, and acknowledges that in some circumstances, special treatment should be afforded, particularly for the injured or bereaved.
To mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, Millbank have donated a life sized Tommy silhouette to Halton Borough Council. Part of the council's British Legion's "Silent Soldiers" campaign, the Tommy will be on display at the Brindley Theatre from November through to 28th June 2019 (the 100 year anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, marking the end of state of war).
Wondering what work is right for you as you leave military service? Our clients need skilled individuals within the following specialist areas:
Wondering what industries you could work in as ex-armed forces personnel? There's no limitations, but we have found those with military experience a particularly good match within these industries:
Browse our existing jobs below, or quickly drop off your CV and we'll be in touch to discuss relevant opportunities as they are released.
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EDF Energy R&D has announced a project, H2H or ‘Hydrogen to Heysham’, which will use nuclear power from the Heysham… https://t.co/McMqZfJgGu
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