How Can Made Futures Support Your Recruitment Strategy?

How Can Made Futures Support Your Recruitment Strategy?

Made in Group

With recruitment fees continuing to rise throughout the industry, and the ongoing challenge of a UK skill gap, Made Futures offers you the opportunity to recruit genuine talent into your workforce.

Since the launch of Made Futures back in March 2021, almost 300 jobs have been advertised through the recruitment platform - a free service for members of Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire.

Alloy Heat Treatment and TWP Manufacturing, seen in the image above, are two members of Made in Group who have recruited using the Made Futures platforms.

The jobs advertised on Made Futures are for a wide range of positions - from apprenticeships to management roles, and have been based all around the UK, primarily in the Midlands and Yorkshire.

Made in Group initially launched in an effort to inspire manufacturing as an “Industry of Choice” and also to support UK industry in growing alongside a new generation of skilled workers. All paid members of Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire have access to this powerful platform.

What makes Made Futures so powerful is that it aggregates the job vacancies of the manufacturing industry into one place. A variety of users - from graduates to people currently working within the industry in senior roles looking to advance their careers further - have accounts on the Made Futures jobs board.

Made in Group also sends out a biweekly newsletter to every job seeker who has an account on Made Futures, promoting job vacancies that have been uploaded recently.

Alongside being a tool for UK manufacturers to recruit skilled employees, it aims to inspire the next generation with content regarding what it’s like to work within their particular subsector (Made Futures’ NEWS section).

As a member of Made in the Midlands or Made in Yorkshire, you can find out how to simply upload your latest job vacancies to the FREE Made Futures jobs board ( and how to make them appear on your microsite through THIS VIDEO.