So you’re looking to do some work experience to get a taster of a certain industry or job role and gain some valuable skills. Although this all sounds pretty easy we know how hard it can be to find relevant work experience placements as a young person, one that isn’t too far away from you, at a credible business, and has a set project or role for you to fulfill so that at the end of it you’ve gained more skills than just stirring tea!
Which is why we work hard with local and national businesses with local workplaces, to put together a place where young people in Buckinghamshire can find work experience opportunities to develop work skills and become more employable.
Work experience placements in Buckinghamshire, the home of UK business provide a selection of opportunities in a huge range of growing industries with increasing employment.
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Our work experience vacancies span across the follow Buckinghamshire areas:
- Work Experience Amersham
- Work Experience Aylesbury
- Work Experience Beaconsfield
- Work Experience Bletchley
- Work Experience Buckingham
- Work Experience Chesham
- Work Experience Fenny Stratford
- Work Experience Gerrards Cross
- Work Experience High Wycombe
- Work Experience Marlow
- Work Experience Milton Keynes
- Work Experience Newport Pagnell
- Work Experience Olney
- Work Experience Princes Risborough
- Work Experience Stony Stratford
- Work Experience Wendover
- Work Experience Winslow
- Work Experience Woburn Sands
- Work Experience Wolverton
Job TitleWork Experience - Various departments
Organisation NameRoyal Mail
About the Organisation
Royal Mail plc is a postal service and courier company in the United Kingdom, originally established in 1516. The company's subsidiary, Royal Mail Group Limited, operates the brands Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide. Royal Mail employees are at the forefront of ambition to deliver the best possible service to their customers.
The young people could be involved in a variety of different roles, such as unloading mail from vans, moving it around in trolleys, sorting parcels and letters manually or supporting on postmen and postwomen's rounds, etc.
Royal Mail will use the young person's postcode to determine their local Royal Mail site. They will then determine what roles are available and put the local site manager in touch with the young person and their lead contact for the next steps.
Royal Mail recognise that the work placement is voluntary and so is able to be flexible with the start times and finishes, however as a general rule:
Deliveries start times between 09;00 – 10;00 and finish between 14;00 – 15;00
Approximate number of employees at your company161,000 +
Office Location and Full Address
2 St. Johns Road