With a database of many thousands of former members of all ranks of the UK Armed Services, the cornerstone to The List is a networking organisation with an established brand of 15 years standing.
The List enables extensive business to business, employment and recruitment networking opportunities serving the needs of employers and recruiters in every sector of the UK economy. It serves the direct personal employment needs of the Service and ex-Service job-seeker and in-business Member who is either moving, or thinking of moving, around the job market.
It affords individual and corporate Members the opportunity for virtual networking and monthly face-to-face business development and job-seeking meetings through The Liquid List.
The unique recruitment opportunities and offerings to employers make it highly attractive and competitive in the business market place.
Through this network The List reaches out to over 1 million ex-forces connected people in the UK workplace and overseas and creates personal recruitment, employment and business opportunities for the remainder of your employed life. It is a gateway to employment for ex-Forces people and the virtual 'hub' for anyone who wants to connect to and network with ex-Services people in the workplace.
The List is a warm, tribal, network which builds on the Service ethos of team-work, selflessness in helping others, trust, reliability and commitment. And it is these very same attitudes and behaviours that set ex-Forces people apart and those which employers and businesses seek.
As soon as you register as an eligible individual you can:
Search and apply for jobs
Receive mailshots with jobs suited to you
Be 'found' by employers, recruiters and networkers
Receive career advice from In-Business members
Advertise yourself to thousands of potential employers
Attend monthly job-seekers and business networking meetings (The Liquid List)
Be part of the network for the remainder of your employed life
Help and advise other ex-Service people
Tags: the list uk, business job list, names of exforces men in zimbagwe.