Murphy creates 175 jobs for Ukrainian shelters

Up to 175 jobs will be offered to Ukrainian shelters by J. Murphy & Sons.

The entrepreneur announced that he was looking to provide Ukrainian refugees with job opportunities in a variety of roles.

Roles include on-site operational jobs and functional roles in areas such as finance, as well as skilled opportunities within the group’s engineering, sales and operations businesses.

The company, which employs over 3,500 people in the UK, Ireland and Canada, is working with the Home Office to offer 175 positions across a range of jobs to support a wide range of the community Ukrainian who moves to Great Britain.

Murphy will also offer practical assistance to Ukrainians joining the firm, such as help overcoming language barriers, help finding accommodation, support with cultural integration and informal mentoring. Murphy will match new hires with current employees who have Ukraine or other Eastern European locations as their home country under a buddy system.

Dawn Moore, Murphy Group’s People and Communications Director, said: ‘We are a growing company with a number of opportunities, and we want to do everything we can to support those affected by the situation. current in Ukraine.

“There are many different levels of employment within our company, as well as a broader set of support services. It’s also no surprise that many of our Ukrainians, Poles and other Murphys from Europe de l’Est have volunteered to help these potential newcomers, which is a fantastic show of support.

Murphy’s Managing Director, John Murphy, added, “As a family business, we strive to go the extra mile when it comes to supporting our people and our communities. This is an opportunity to provide meaningful employment to Ukrainians seeking employment in the UK, as well as to help them and their families adjust to life here. We look forward to welcoming new Ukrainian colleagues to the Murphy family.

Murphy’s Ukrainian volunteer mentor, Inas Almnasra, added: “I was born in Ukraine and lived there until I was five years old, and have worked with Murphy for the past three years. settled in the UK. The war in Ukraine is causing untold grief to families; I’m incredibly proud that Murphy as a company is committed to helping people in desperate need.

More than 3 million people have reportedly fled Ukraine since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his assault on the country on February 24.

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