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If you’re looking to fill permanent positions in Engineering, IT, Life Sciences, Construction, or Supply Chain, our consultants can help. They’ll take the time to discuss exactly what you’re looking for – not just in terms of the candidate and the role, but also your overall objectives. From this, we’ll be able to put together a recruitment solution that’s tailored to you.
You’ll be assigned a consultant who focuses on your specific sector and region, leveraging our extensive database and working with colleagues across the globe to find the very best candidates for your needs.
And when we find them, we’ll use our 5-step screening process to put together a shortlist of candidates for your perusal. Pair this with our understanding of your company and the role you’re recruiting for, and you can have complete confidence that all candidates will be fully briefed ahead of you meeting them. This saves you a lot of time and effort, as you won’t have to look at irrelevant CV’s or meet candidates that aren’t serious about working for you.
So if you’re planning to hire permanent members of staff, contact us now and find out how we can help.

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