Hermes has teamed up with the Royal Logistics Corps and the Logistics Guild, to launch a series of events to help find employment for military personnel faced with redundancy.
The events will include numerous workshops and days out, which will offer advice and guidance to soldiers about working within the supply chain sector.
They hope to provide practical assistance on how to seek employment and write a CV, as well as teach interview techniques, and give participants the opportunity to talk with employees in a range of roles, to get a better understanding of potential career paths.
“I am committed to helping my service personnel make the transition from the Armed Forces to civilian careers with the very best advice and guidance available to them, said Lt Col Nov Nanovo, Commanding Officer of 29 Regiment The Royal Logistic Corps.
“By working with leading organisations such as Hermes and the Logistics Guild, it will be possible for my people to exploit the skills and expertise they have gained in the Army to find jobs within Industry’s supply chain.”
Hermes will donate all payment received from the Ministry of Defence to charity Help for Heroes.