FMG in Huddersfield to hold a recruitment open day

The open day will allow visitors to find out about the available roles and to chat to current employees whilst taking a tour of their offices.

FMG, one of Huddersfield’s largest employers, is throwing its doors open to give job hunters a taste of employment opportunities available with the Bradley based business.

The Open Day will take place on Tuesday 11th January at FMG’s head office, Broad Lea House, at Bradley Business Park and visitors can book a place now.

FMG is widely recognised in the automotive sector for delivering award-winning levels of customer service across Fleet Incident Management and Specialist Vehicle Recovery services. Due to ongoing success with new business contracts and exceptional growth through long-standing client relationships, they’re looking for a variety of people to fill roles ranging from Customer Service Representatives to Motor Insurance Claims Handlers, Image Engineers and many others.

Visitors to the Open Day can find out more about the roles available, chat to current employees and enjoy a tour of the bright and modern office space.

Claire Owens, Managing Director at FMG said, “We are delighted to start the year on such a positive note and invite job hunters in the local community to find out more about the great career opportunities available. There are many different and unique career routes available within FMG and the best way to find out if you’d like to join our team is to come along and chat to us, ask questions and see how our business works. We invest heavily in employee engagement, training and development which means that many roles don’t require candidates to hold previous experience to work for FMG, they just need to demonstrate a passion to deliver outstanding customer service, a bright and positive attitude and the willingness to learn.”

FMG’s Open Day will take place at FMG’s Broad Lea House head office at Bradley Business Park on Tuesday 11th January between 4pm and 7pm. Visitors can book a place by emailing

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