Allianz partners with STEM Returners

Allianz Engineering Inspection Services is launching a new returners programme for engineering inspection workers, to help surveyors return to work after time out.

Partnering with STEM Returners, Allianz is launching the programme to help candidates re-integrate upon their return to work.

STEM Returners will source experienced professionals who are attempting to return to work, more than half (51%) of which are female and 38% from black and minority ethnic groups.
Natalie Desty, director of STEM Returners said: “We are delighted to be working with Allianz Insurance to return highly skilled people back into the industry they love. There is a known shortage of skills across STEM industries, and we know that people who have had a career break are faced with an uphill task in getting back into the profession.

Martin Ball, head of inspection at Allianz Engineering Inspections Services added: “This is a fantastic scheme that defines our inclusivity within not just the inspection business, but the wider company.

“We are very proud at Allianz for our inclusivity, especially for me in the inspection business, where we have been awarded the silver accreditation from the Ministry of Defence for our committed support to armed forces personnel.

“And now, to team up with STEM Returners to provide a platform for those who want to come back into this great industry, only amplifies our commitment.”

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