British manufacturing and service companies are opening their doors in a UK-wide Open House on 7th July 2022 to give their local communities the chance to see first-hand the potential careers and jobs on offer in our exciting and diverse sector. Axiom is delighted to announce it is taking part in this year’s inaugural event, organised by manufacturing trade body Make UK. The aim is to help encourage all age groups from school leavers to more experienced workers looking at reskilling to consider the possibilities of a career in manufacturing and service delivery as well as helping local communities understand more about the businesses on their doorstep.
To make it easy to see what’s going on, Make UK has created a dedicated microsite, National Manufacturing Day where companies taking part will post what they produce and detail the events they are planning for National Manufacturing Day itself. Schools and local residents interested in seeing what is available in their area will be able to search the site using a simple postcode finder, to pinpoint those businesses closest to them and allow them to pick out something which they will find the most interesting.
During the morning session on 7th July at their head office in Stockton, visitors to Axiom will be able to participate in practical activities along with discussion around the asset lifecycle services delivered by the business. They will also be able to talk directly to members of staff about how the company works and the roles available in engineering.
Adam Potter, Managing Director of Axiom said, “We are delighted to be taking part in National Manufacturing Day showcasing our services and people. National Manufacturing Day gives us an opportunity to open our doors to interact with the community to visit our facilities, showcasing the exciting opportunities of offer and ‘get behind the scenes of success’.
As a growing company, we are continuously seeking innovative people to support the delivery of our asset management lifecycle services. Our company can offer a diverse range of career opportunities from engineering disciplines to administration, accounting, marketing, quality assurance and health & safety roles.
We are looking forward to welcoming attendees to visit us for a morning and experience what modern day engineering business looks like, in addition to demonstrating that engineering can be both exciting and rewarding. Visitors will be able to meet our team and hear first-hand what inspired them to join us.”
To find out more and register for your place, please visit: https://www.nationalmanufacturingday.org/