'Take off, tick over or exit?' is the strapline of the Women in Property Mid-Career Task Force, summarising the choices faced by many women juggling their mid stage careers. Since its launch, Task Force members have been working with businesses throughout the industry, in some cases developing bespoke programmes incorporating mentoring, women-returners, agile working unconscious bias, upskilling and refresher courses and the leaky talent pipeline.
You can read a review of a past Women in Property event 'Bumps and the Boardroom - agile working, parental leave and the power of networks' here.
Are you exploring a return to work after a career break? You might well be interested in this scheme from Mott Macdonald, who are launching the Re:Connectors Programme, offering opportunities for experienced professionals who have taken a career break of 2 years or more. The paid returnship will run for 6 months, starting October 2018. Please note, the closing date of 30th June 2018.
The programme has a wide range of opportunities across a number of business areas located in Croydon, London & Southampton. Working within their Highways Division, there are roles available for individuals with relevant experience in the following areas: Project Management, Engineering, Environment, Business Development and Business Improvement, Risk & Programming, Marketing & Communications, Finance & Commercial, Transport and Software Engineering.
For more information on the programme, the opportunities available, and to apply, see – http://wrpn.womenreturners.com/mott-macdonald-reconnectors-2018/