Total Clothing (Total Promotions Ltd) has been supplying printed and embroidered uniforms to schools, businesses and organisations for 25 years. We print and embroider in house ensuring fast turnaround. We also create bespoke merchandise webshops for customers allowing schools, associations and corporate customers to supply their members with branded clothing. In addition we have a large showroom and no 9, Botolph Bridge, Oundle Rd, Woodston, Peterborough. We employ 18 people over 2 sites, manufacturing and sales. We regularly recruit for the local area and have at least one apprentice per year undergoing level 2 or 3 qualifications.
British Sugar is the leading supplier to the British and Irish food and beverage markets. Located in the East of England and East Midlands, our four state-of-the-art processing plants can match anything in the oil, chemical and power industries for complexity. Together our sites produce over 2.3 million tonnes of sustainable products every year, from sugar to animal feed and electricity to tomatoes. Around 3,600 growers supply our factories with 7.5 million tonnes of sugar beet each year, which we process into over 1 million tonnes of sugar. Sugar production is at the heart of our operations but using our highly integrated approach to manufacturing, we aim to transform all of our raw materials into sustainable products. We produce 500,000 tonnes of animal feed from sugar beet pulp. We recycle stones for building, lime for soil conditioning and soil for landscaping. Using our Combined Heat & Power plants, we export enough electricity for 160,000 homes and use the combustion gases to grow around 140 million tomatoes annually in the UKs largest single tomato glasshouse. We were also the first company to manufacture Bioethanol in the UK. We employ technicians, apprentices, graduates and experienced professionals for roles across the business and throughout the supply chain including engineers, accountants and project managers. British Sugar is part of AB Sugar, which is wholly owned by international food, ingredients and retail group, Associated British Foods plc. How to find out more…
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Marriott was formed in the USA in 1927 as a root beer stand and developed into a hotel brand in 1957; today there are over 4,000 hotels worldwide across 19 brands. Marriott employs more than 139,500 people globally, providing a wide variety of career opportunities across a broad range of brand and disciplines. The Peterborough Marriott employs approximately 112 people in the following departments: food & beverage service, kitchen, room operations, sales & marketing, finance, maintenance, leisure and HR. Recruitment opportunities within Marriott: - Graduate Recruitment: The Voyage Global Leadership Development programme Marriott, a leader in the hospitality industry, offers an extensive programme giving recent graduates opportunities to develop leadership skills for management roles throughout our company. Through the Voyage programme, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our rich culture and diverse portfolio of brands. Joining this elite group of future leaders will allow you to shape your career and expand your horizons. - Internships, Apprenticeships, and Trainee Positions: Experience the hospitality business, and discover what it takes to build a career in a leading global business. Internships, apprenticeships, and trainee opportunities vary by country, but all offer a combination of on-the-job training and an introduction to Marriott’s culture and values. Generally, these programs last 8-12 weeks but may extend to 12 months or longer in certain locations.
The News Academy is an initiative of News UK, built on our commitment to securing a sustainable future of high quality, professional journalism. We believe that a vibrant news industry is vital for a mature democracy. Our mission at the News Academy is to invest in the future of journalism, to help and inspire the next generation of those who might one day work in our industry. We are looking for aspiring journalists aged between 16-18. National conferences are held throughout the country, so that young people can hear from the experts, debate the future of professional journalism, and make vital contacts. We also send out our world-class journalists to schools and colleges across the UK and Ireland to share their own stories and top tips for our school visit programme. Fortnightly competitions are run, where students have the opportunity to get published on our website and win prizes. The students who really shine at these events will also be able to come to our News Academy Summer School – a week of talks and training with the best in the business, culminating in the production of their own newspaper.
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