Work for us

Progressive Recruitment is part of the SThree Group, a global recruitment organisation specialising in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries. Our purpose is to bring skilled people together to build the future.

We deliver our services through 10 specialist brands, one of which is Progressive Recruitment. We have over 30 years of experience and operate in 15 countries with a network of 2,800+ employees.  Would you like to be one of them?

What we do matters

We offer a career with purpose – the chance to change lives with a career in recruitment.  

Our clients are some of the biggest and most exciting organisations in the world. Working in life changing industries they are the organisations that develop new treatments, innovative engineering and cutting edge technology that will change the way we live. At the heart of what they do are the skills, talent and ambition of the people they employ.  That’s where we come in. We find the people to drive these sectors forward. We take the time to get to know them, understand their aspirations and what truly motivates them. That puts us in the best position to align personal ambitions with company goals, to match talent and culture.    

What we offer you

  • An exciting career

With structured career paths, access to learning and development and personalised support from experienced people we will help you achieve your potential and progress your career.  

  • A great working environment

We offer a friendly and inclusive working environment with the flexibility, tools and systems you need to succeed in your role. We celebrate and reward success and have fun along the way.

  • An opportunity to help others

We offer a number of opportunities to get involved with our CSR activities, including two paid volunteering days per year to share our skills and experience in the community.

To find out more about a career with SThree, visit sthreecareers.com or search for jobs below.

Encouraging more women into engineering

23 Jun 2022

To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we look at inclusion in the workplace and interview one female role model about her experiences.

Could working from home cause a divide in the engineering workforce?

16 Jun 2022

With some able to adopt hybrid working, while others have no choice but to be on site, employers should consider balancing their offers

How can businesses boost the offshore wind talent pipeline?

12 May 2022

Demand for skilled people in the offshore wind industry is booming, but supply is not keeping up. We ask what long-term solutions businesses can adopt.

Improving female representation in engineering

05 May 2022

With huge skills shortages, improving female representation will be vital for engineering UK firms.