MyCSP recruits five more apprentices

6 Oct 2015

MyCSP, the public sector pension administrator, has taken on five more apprentices to join its Liverpool Head Office, as part of MyCSP’s ongoing commitment to the Government’s Apprenticeship programme.

This is in addition to the three recruits who joined the company last year as part of its inaugural apprenticeship scheme.

The five apprentices (Ben Sheelan, Jake McCormick, Sean Lawless, Thomas Hogan and Dean Jones) have been enrolled on a programme which will last for at least eighteen months. The scheme will provide them with an all-round skill set by working in a number of teams within MyCSP including the Contact Centre; Pension Administration; IT Systems; and Corporate Services (Finance, Human Resources and Communications). They also receive training one day a week towards a recognised qualification in business administration delivered by local company, Sysco, as part of the national apprenticeship scheme.

Nicky Hurst, CEO of MyCSP, said Richard Wainwright, Operations Director, MyCSP, said: “Within just three years, MyCSP has grown into a thriving and successful organisation with fantastic staff that are both dedicated and hard working. We are proud of what we have achieved and want to build on this foundation. By taking on these new, talented apprentices, we aim to encourage young people to engage with the business through giving them excellent hands-on training and imparting knowledge from experts in the pensions field. “

The apprenticeship scheme is part of MyCSP’s 1+1+1 Programme which commits MyCSP to offering 1% of total headcount to apprentices and interns.

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