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ABP UK announces job creation opportunities

12 October 2020

ABP has created 200 new entry level vacancies and apprenticeships in collaboration with Youth Employment UK, an organisation dedicated to tackling youth unemployment. 

The roles span a range of diverse opportunities within the company’s meat food processing business and offer young people the chance to work at one of the 14 ABP locations across the country. The tie up with not-for-profit social enterprise Youth Employment UK, will reinforce ABP’s recruitment outreach by showcasing and driving awareness of the apprenticeships through their community.  

The programme has been set up within the ABP Talent Academy scheme which supports colleagues with personal career development alongside the more technical training to help people achieve both their personal and professional goals.  ABP looks forward to promoting careers within a fast-paced and exciting industry with the opportunities spanning a variety of areas including butchery, abattoir, process improvement, engineering, IT and technical. 
Bob Carnell, CEO of ABP UK, said: “We have always been a youth friendly employer and it is particularly important to us to be involved with Youth Employment UK which plays a key role in connecting young people with job opportunities and providing them with support, inspiration and advice.  

“Our business has for decades worked with British farmers to bring quality meat to the table of UK homes and we are committed to bringing young people into our organisation, developing their skills and allowing then to flourish while doing our bit to boost the economy.”  

Applicants can find out more and apply for the apprenticeships here

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