At Mackman Research, we have introduced measures to help protect our staff and clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have updated our online working facilities to accommodate clients who are working from home, and to maximise our ability to communicate with each other when co-workers are unable to come to the office.
Staff have the option to work remotely as a measure to ensure safety. For those in the office, we have perspex shields separating workstations whilst maintaining a safely spaced distance from other colleagues. At each desk, members of staff have been provided with a personal bottle of hand sanitiser and an anti-bacterial cleaner. We have enforced disinfection and cleaning procedures around the building to ensure the health and safety of our colleagues. Our staff are also wearing face coverings at all times when away from their desks, whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines.
Our staff are taking regular lateral flow tests before attending the office, and before every client meeting, to ensure everybody's safety and peace of mind.
Unfortunately we do not have any work placements available at this time. Please check back again later.
We are looking for graduates to join our team in Sudbury, Suffolk. There are several paid placements available within the following areas at Mackman Research and our sister company, Mackman Marketing & Branding Agency:
The placements are subject to the successful completion of a probationary period. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will only review applications from individuals, and therefore politely request that we are not contacted by recruitment agencies. Please do not call or email if you are a recruitment agency. It's nothing personal, but high volumes of speculative calls negatively impact our business's efficiency. Please help us to maintain the highest levels of customer service by respecting our wishes.
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