Extensive support network

As part of the SThree Group, a leading international staffing company, we have the support required to identify the greatest candidates on a global scale whilst maintaining a localised, on-the-ground approach. Over the years, we’ve invested in our technology to ensure we can offer all the support required – from contractor compliance, mobilisation, management, payroll processing, and reporting.

Our support network, and database of candidates, means that we’re able to help you fill your role as quickly and efficiently as possible. And, when you’ve chosen the candidate(s) that you feel are the best fit, we’ll providing ongoing post-placement support, to ensure everything continues to run smoothly.

How we find candidates

Having a global network means we can run dynamic searches, using criteria such as;

• Location

• Qualifications

• Skills

• Detailed experience

• Previously shortlisted candidates for competitors

Your role won’t just be shared with our existing database of candidates - we’ll also advertise across a wide range of job boards.

Before delivering a shortlist of candidates, we’ll conduct our robust 5-step screening process, to ensure you’ll only ever hear about the ones best suited to you. You can find out more about this process here.

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