Apply for Ready2Work

Are you ready to work? Apply below and we look forward to meeting you at the next cycle!

The Ready2Work programme is the most established employability programme the Foundation delivers. It has supported unemployed individuals to gain work experience either with a Mitie business, with one of our clients or with a partner organisation with the ultimate goal of helping them secure employment. We have focussed in recent years on candidates who perceive themselves as being furthest from the job market and need a confidence boost to secure work. This is done through our pre-placement week training (PPW).  PPW is our jewel in the crown and is often what we receive the most praise for from our alumni candidates. The purpose of this week is to stretch, challenge and inspire the candidates so they get the most out of their 7 week work experience

Ready2Work Registration Form

Are you unemployed? *
You may have to travel for up to an hour to get to your placement - are you happy to do this? *

Which work experience opportunities are you interested in? *

Existing Medical conditions

Some of our roles involve being on your feet and mobile throughout the day, others include heavy lifting. Do you have any medical conditions which prevent you from doing this?*

Criminal Convictions

Do you have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013)*

Certain convictions may need to be disclosed with the client or manager on site to comply with their policy and procedures. Can you please sign below if you give consent to this information being shared with a third party? It will not be shared with anyone that is not your manager or client personel.


Diversity information

At Mitie we are commited to the active promotion of our work. The information you provide here will ONLY be used for monitoring. All the information you provide here is kept confidential, and stored and used in accordance with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.


Asian/Asian British
Black/Black British
Mixed Race

Mitie welcomes both able bodied and disabled people. The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 defines disability as 'a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term effect on a persons ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities'.

Do you consider yourself to have a Disability