New recruitment platform ‘My Furniture Career’ launched
Published 24th October 2023
Blueprint 1000 member The Furniture Makers’ Company, the City of London livery company and charity for the furnishing industry, has launched its new early careers website – My Furniture Career, www.myfurniturecareer.org.uk – offering businesses a specialist solution to recruitment requirements.
The website, which launched in October, has been developed with 'Get My First Job' and 'The Talent People' – experts in in the early careers sphere. My Furniture Career is aimed at young people (15-24 years old) who are still choosing a career path, while signposting those looking for industry specific training and connecting those seeking a job in the industry with employers.
My Furniture Career’s comprehensive features include:
- A free jobs board for industry to register and upload early career vacancies in minutes. All the posts uploaded will gain additional exposure on the Get My First Job website which receives 10,000 new registered users every month.
- The option of creating a ‘Featured Employer’ page to shine a spotlight on an organisation and advertise their vacancies at a small cost.
- A comprehensive directory connecting users to hundreds of established and recognised providers of educational courses and training programmes, including everything from short upholstery courses to advanced degrees in product design.
- Regularly updated content caters to a young audience, motivating and informing them about the rewarding career prospects available within the furniture and furnishing industry.
Jonny Westbrooke, CEO of The Furniture Makers’ Company, said: “As part of our mission to sustain a thriving British furnishing industry with a talented workforce, we have developed My Furniture Career to offers businesses a specialist, dedicated platform to promote and fill job vacancies as well as research suitable training from established providers to upskill their employees. We encourage businesses to utilise My Furniture Career as part of their recruitment strategy.”Back to News