Many top employers in the UK use workingmums.co.uk as a route to attract talented, experienced people to join them. They recognise that there are many skilled parents in the UK looking to work for a top employer who can offer a rewarding, flexible workplace. Read on to learn more about these family friendly organisations, and to find links to their key vacancies.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is an independent Government department for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Its aim is to ensure that all food is safe and that people know what they are eating.
The FSA is leading the way in government for adopting new, flexible employment practices, which it calls ‘Our Way of Working (OWOW).’ It enables its people to choose how and where they would like to work, and provides digital tools so that remote and face to face work is seamless.
QA Ltd provides talent and training services focused on developing technology skills. More than 293,000 people learned with QA last year, enhancing their knowledge to play a part in the digital revolution.
QA Ltd is very committed to diversity and inclusion, recognising that diversity makes the company stronger. The company welcomes and celebrates differences and has achieved bronze accreditation for its Diversity and Inclusion Framework.
Current QA Ltd jobs include Digital Tutor roles, and a Learner Outcome & Quality Assurance Team Leader. Read more about QA Ltd and their benefits and career opportunities here.
Inmarsat is a leading company in voice and high-speed data satellite communications. A privately owned company, it has a strong, profitable track record and plans for significant growth.
The global and dynamic nature of the business is reflected in its workforce, representing 55 different nationalities. Inmarsat recognises the importance of its people and has created a number of policies designed to suit each individual. These encourage flexible working, volunteering, shared parental leave and diversity and inclusion.
Current Inmarsat careers opportunities range from business operations roles to software engineering. For more information see Inmarsat’s Top Employer page.
Sky has been transforming the media and entertainment industry for 30 years and now reaches 120 million people across Europe. Sky careers are varied, challenging and fast-paced, with plenty of perks and benefits.
Sky is particularly focused on diversity and inclusion, not least to reflect its customers’ many different backgrounds. The company also prioritises its responsibilities to the community and is investing in achieving net zero for carbon by 2030.
Typical roles with the organisation include Sky installation jobs and Sky engineer jobs, plus many customer service roles. Specific vacancies this month include media strategy manager, product compliance manager and business service advisor. Click here to search through the opportunities available at Sky today.