New opportunities available for North Lincolnshire jobseekers

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 14 Mar 2018

Ten new apprenticeship vacancies are due to be advertised at Ongo this week.

The apprenticeships will be in digital marketing, housing management, regeneration, community support, roofing and customer services and will between 12 months and two years long.

Social landlord Ongo currently has nine apprentices so this will increase their total to 19.

An apprentice at Ongo (Image: Richard Walker/ImageNorth)

Jo Sugden, head of HR, said: "We really believe that investing in young people at the start of their career is a great way to help them take that first step into the world of work.

"We’ve got a really successful track record with our apprentices, with many of them either securing permanent jobs here at Ongo or being able to take their skills and experience to help them gain employment elsewhere."

An apprentice at Ongo (Image: Richard Walker/ImageNorth)

As well as earning a wage and gaining valuable hands on experience, the apprentices will also receive training relevant to their job and also earn a qualification during their apprenticeship.

Richard Green, manager at Ongo Recruitment, said: "It's brilliant news that Ongo is taking on 10 new apprentices. I would highly recommend an apprenticeship to someone looking to start their career. It means they will be able to earn a wage and gain a qualification whilst working in a full time job."

An apprentice at Ongo (Image: Richard Walker/ImageNorth)

Ongo Recruitment will be managing the applications and carrying out the interviews for these roles. To apply for an apprenticeship at Ongo, visit

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