Here's how Bridge of Hope Careers works
View our interactive infographic to find out more about our unique candidate journey
If you're a job-seeker looking for an inclusive workplace
As a candidate you can review thousands of vacancies daily from our UK-wide employers who've committed themselves to inclusivity in the workplace. Are you ready to start a meaningful new career with a business that's promised to look at you on your skills and experience, and nothing else? Find your next job today
If you're a progressive employer
We can post your vacancies to our site alongside some of the UK's biggest employers, and help you reach thousands of people from groups you've been having trouble reaching through our inclusive candidate portal. Our site can help you recruit a more diverse workforce and put your corporate responsibility commitments into practice. Interested? Arrange to chat with us
And if you're trying to help marginalised people into work?
You can join other major charities, like Walking With The Wounded and The Prince's Trust- as well as smaller organisations and universities - who have teamed up with us to showcase their overlooked talent and help their service users get into work. Want to find out we can make a difference together? Get in touch with our team today
Our company history
Bridge of Hope Careers is run by Prosper4 Group,
a social enterprise.
We were founded by people with lived experiences of marginalisation and discrimination in the workplace, which makes us passionate about what we do. Any profits we make from employer subscriptions to our careers portal are shared with the charities which sign up candidates to the portal and work with us as referral partners.
Before the pandemic struck, the UK was experiencing record-high employment figures, and recruiting thousands of people from overseas to fill vacancies. And yet, hundreds of thousands of people couldn't get meaningful work because of something in their identity or their history. Covid-19 has only made things worse for marginalised workers.
We know first-hand how soul-destroying it is to be unemployed. A sense of purpose, on the other hand - a meaningful job - is rocket fuel for self-worth. So, we work to help anyone who finds themselves pushed to the margins of the job market.