Resettlement/Employment Noticeboard - RDG Museum

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Resettlement/Employment Noticeboard - RDG Museum




Vice-President Operations UK 
The Company Ciqurix has been developing fire detection solutions since 2007, and we are now in a position to market and distribute our first three products globally. Our cameras are revolutionary and gaining traction, with a distributorship network covering China, East Asia, South East Asia and Australasia, and our first clients signing up in the UK. 
Having started out in China and Singapore, we are now setting up our UK office to manage the business in the UK and Europe. We will be building small team at an office in Central London, which will grow over time as the business expands, with distribution contracts planned for Western Europe and beyond. 
The Job The Vice President of UK Operations will take over the day-to-day running of our current relationships with UK clients, resellers and distributors, ensuring good customer service and business growth within the Ciqurix model. You will also be responsible for finding new clients and liaising with distributors to ensure delivery projects. 
As the role develops and the business grows you will also assume a leadership and management role in the expanding team, as well as potentially taking on the oversight of other distribution relationships in Western Europe. You will also propose, plan and attend Ciqurix stands at various trade shows around the countries for which you are responsible. 
The Person This would be a suitable first job for someone leaving the services, police or fire brigade. Flexibility, keenness and initiative will be key, as well as strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills. No specific qualifications are required, but an entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to plan and organise is vital. 


To apply: Submit a CV to – no need for a cover letter 


Changes to Enhanced Learning Credits


Changes to the Enhanced Learning Credits and Further Education and Higher Education schemes come into effect from 1 April 2016.

The Ministry of Defence promotes learning among members of the armed forces and the veterans community by providing what are known as Learning Credits through the Enhanced Learning Credits scheme and Further Education and Higher Education scheme. Both of these entitle service personnel and service leavers to receive financial help with the cost of their learning.

From 1 April 2016, there will be some changes to the schemes to make them more accessible and to enable people to use them to gain personal and professional qualifications in a more flexible way, both while serving and after transition to civilian life.

For those still serving, everyone will now benefit from being enrolled automatically, removing the need to apply. However, for veterans who leave on or after 1 April 2016, post-service access to ELC and FEHE payments will now be retained for a maximum of 5 years from discharge.

For those who left the armed forces between 1 April 2011 and 31 March 16 (both dates inclusive), special arrangements have been put in place and they will have until 31 March 2021 to use their ELC or FEHE credits, ie 5 years from the date the changes came into effect.

Those who left the services before 1 April 2011 retain the right to 10 years of post-service access from their date of discharge.


More information on the schemes, and these changes, is available at

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