Jobs 22 is an ambitious new employability business founded by Catch22, a British charity, and the Angus Knight Group. Based in Milton Keynes, Jobs 22 has strong roots in the East Central England region, with teams operating out of offices in Bedford, Boston, Cannock, Grantham, Litchfield, Lincoln, Luton, Northampton, Nuneaton, Rugby, Stafford, Staffordshire Moorlands, Stratford-upon-Avon, Tamworth and North Warwickshire, Wellingborough and West Lindsey.
Jobs 22’s Restart Scheme provision is designed to tackle specific barriers that unemployed people face in finding and retaining work in East Central England. Its aim is to provide people with a professional, high quality, personalised and work experience that delivers to them a sense of pace and purpose in their efforts to find work. Jobs 22’s Restart Scheme contract will run for 4.5 years.
Employment start-up Jobs 22 and local partners engage 800 employment coaches to run £200 million Restart Scheme over four years to support over 111,000 jobseekers across Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, North Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire
Today Jobs 22 announces its Restart Scheme in East Central England, part of the government’s Plan for Jobs following the global pandemic. Jobs 22 won the contract to run the Restart Scheme with local employability partners (listed below) from over 60 locations across the region. Together they will deliver comprehensive and consistent support to long term unemployed people via 800 employment coaches hired from around the region. By offering support services locally, Jobs 22’s Restart Scheme will bring millions of pounds into the seven counties that make up East Central England’s Restart Scheme area.
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