Open Day offering career and training opportunities for the whole armed forces community

Set of Mansfield breakdown vehicles in a line

European vehicle breakdown and recovery service, Mansfield Group will be hosting an Open Day on Saturday 15th September for personnel and their families, including veterans at the head office site on Festival Park, Stoke on Trent.

There will be a family BBQ, including a variety of children’s activities including a tomobola, raffle and various parades. There will also be an exciting Roadone Academy vehicle show and many chances to find out about the many career opportunities!

As part of signing the Armed Forces Covenant, The Mansfield Group is committed to providing both career and training opportunities to veterans or serving personnel in The Armed Forces that are looking to further their careers in the vehicle breakdown or heavy recovery industry.

Family members included

The team at Mansfield Group, employs over 600 covering Europe is also committed to offering roles to the families involved and has opportunities at the Head Office which may very well appeal to spouses or family members as career alternatives going forward.

The Open Day will clearly demonstrate the exciting career opportunities available in the industry and our commitment to supporting those that would like to make the transition not only to The Mansfield Group but to the wider industry. Your children are welcome to join you in the visit as well.

Details

  • Saturday 15th September
  • Time: 9 am – 3 pm
  • Venue:┬áThe Mansfield Group Rear Car Park (Highpoint | Festival Way | Stoke on Trent ST1 5SH), Just opposite Waterworld!
  • Questions can be directed to [email protected]

Find out what The Mansfield Group has signed up to by clicking on the image below:

Front page of the Mansfield Group's signed covenant

The Mansfield Group employs in excess of 600 employees and we are the largest independent provider of Vehicle Breakdown and Recovery Service in Europe.

Mansfield Group logo and hyperlink to website

 

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