Where is the tech talent? ​
Tech consultancy company teams up with Tech Returners to bring careers returners back into tech ​

Posted on Jan 17th, 2022 by Beckie

Where is the tech talent? Tech consultancy company teams up with Tech Returners to bring careers returners back into tech

London based consultancy business, Dae.mn, has partnered with Tech Returners to up-skill and hire sixteen career returners to their technical team. The free 8-week programme is aimed at experienced software developers/engineers, currently based in the UK, who have had a career break and want to return to tech.

Upon successful completion of the programme, the cohort will have the opportunity to secure life-changing backend software developer jobs with the technical consultancy company.

Tech Returners, the Manchester-based company has opened applications for their award-winning ‘Your Return to Tech: March 2022’ programme to recruit, up-skill, and enable experienced software developers in the UK to re-enter the tech industry. Tech Returners works to bridge the tech skills gap and address the lack of diversity within the tech industry. The programme provides tech professionals who have been struggling to return to tech after a career break (including maternity and paternity leave) with technical up-skilling, interview prep, and confidence coaching.

The March 2022 returner programme is funded by Dae.mn and is open to applicants across the UK who are looking to return to a career in software development with previous experience. This programme is also open for international applicants currently residing in the UK with a minimum of 2 years left on their current visa.

Dae.mn has committed to hiring sixteen backend software developers upon completion of the programme and successful job interviews. Tech Returners is anticipating a high volume of applications for the March 2022 programme due to Dae.mn’s inclusive and flexible working culture. Dae.mn is offering fully remote roles for successful candidates located anyway in the UK.

Commenting on the new partnership, Tech Returners’ CEO & co-founder, Beckie Taylor said: “We’re excited to partner with Dae.mn for this new programme! Now more than ever, is it important for businesses to shake up how they recruit talent. As most people have seen on the news, there continues to be reports of people struggling to return to their careers after having a career break. And this is especially difficult in the fast-moving sector that is technology. So, we’re proud to provide the opportunity for talented individuals in the UK to not only up-skill on our remote programme, but also the opportunity to secure employment with Dae.mn”.

Dae.mn is one of the latest organisations alongside The Guardian to partner with Tech Returners, who since 2017, has empowered more than 123 careers into technical careers. Dae.mn will join other businesses such as, BBC, Auto Trader, Nando’s, Booking.com, AO.com, Eigen Technologies, Xero, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, and much more companies in empowering career returners.

Applications for the 'Your Return to Tech: March 2022’ programme are open until 23:59 GMT on Monday 7 March 2022. To apply for a place on the programme and the opportunity to secure a role with Dae.mn apply here.


For further information, please contact:

Robin Nkomo Marketing Executive, Tech Returners​ Contact :07413212735 Email: robin.nkomo@techreturners.com www.techreturners.com