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Supported Internship GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

GSK pioneered Supported Internships in West London with Project SEARCH and has successfully enabled many interns to graduate to paid employment since 2012. Based at GSK’s Global  Headquarters building in Brentford, the rotation opportunities include work experience and training in a wide variety of administrative and service roles.

Key vocational skills and work experience opportunities offered at GSK include:

•  Office Administration managing data and booking meeting rooms

•  Catering Assistant till work in the restaurant and shelf stocking

•  Grounds Maintenance mowing, raking, leaf blowing and pruning

•  Bike Shop puncture repairs

•  Reception customer service, logging faults and using booking systems

•  Hospitality laying out food for meetings and stock control

•  Audio Visual laying out rooms for conferences, setting up a/v equipment, providing technical support

•  Housekeeping restocking, cleaning vending areas and lift lobbies

•  Security Checking visitors booking list, patrolling the building, directing visitors

 Application forms should be requested from Supported Learning Department, DFN Project SEARCH, West Thames College, London Road, Isleworth TW7 4HS, and submitted by early April

Service details

Age Range
18-25

Where to go

Name of venue
Glaxo Smith Kline
Venue address
G S K House, 980 Great West Road
Brentford
Postcode
TW8 9GS

Who to contact

Name
Lorna Misra
Telephone
07506 195 863
Email
Lorna.j.misra@gsk.com
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