Blackburn finance firm takes on recruits

Chris Ridehalgh of Aims Finance

Chris Ridehalgh of Aims Finance

First published in News Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Local government reporter

BLACKBURN firm Aims Finance is seeking to recruit three new apprentices in business development and sales management.

The company, based on Trident Park, is looking for ‘enthusiastic, hardworking young people’ from the East Lancashire area to fill the three roles.

An official partner of Blackburn Rovers Football Club, Aims was founded in May 2010 and employs 25 staff, fourof their current staff are on the apprenticeship programme.

The company is looking to take on more permanent staff along with the three new apprentices under the programme devised with Nelson- based TrainingStation.

Aims Finance director Chris Ridehalgh said: “We are a young, thriving company which wants to employ the best local talent.

“We support all of our employee’s career development and want them to progress with the company.

“We have worked closely with apprenticeship provider TrainingStation to produce a tailored contact centre apprenticeship programme which will allow the apprentices to learn about all areas of our business, leading them to specialise in different areas of insurance sales and business development.”

Andrea Fielding, director at TrainingStation, said: “Aims Finance are extremely supportive of the apprentices they employ and we are delighted to be working with them to run a tailored in house training programme for their current and new apprentices, enabling them to further their careers with the company.

“These vacancies represent fantastic long term prospects for the lucky three apprentices.”

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12:42pm Fri 24 Jan 14

nasdailyreader says...

Not true I've worked for this guy, lied about how much he'll pay me and lied about my position.
Not true I've worked for this guy, lied about how much he'll pay me and lied about my position. nasdailyreader
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