We have developed a simple and robust recruitment process to attract the right candidates, with the right skills which match your specification.
We arrange an informal meeting with you to discuss your requirements in detail, answer any questions, and explain our approach.
Based on your specification, we will respond quickly with a detailed resourcing proposal. This document will describe our proposed approach, the recruitment plan, the timescales involved and precise costs for the recruitment.
We use a wide variety of candidate attraction initiatives, from local to international confidential professional networks which we can access to ‘headhunt’ for senior roles, through to social media advertising campaigns and attending global conferences, open days and career fairs.
We realise that a CV or resumé is only part of the story. Our teams undertake in-depth interviews, supplemented by reference checks, to ensure that only candidates who fully meet the requirements are progressed.
Once we have identified a pool of potential candidates, we work with you to prepare a shortlist of credible individuals for interview who match your organisation's specific recruitment needs.
We'll coordinate all aspects associated with the interviews including full screening, arranging travel for international candidates, and interview venues if required.
Once you have selected the appropriate candidate(s), we'll handle the full placement process. We'll inform candidates of the outcome and provide appropriate feedback, where applicable.
If a candidate has been recruited internationally we will support them with travel arrangements, accommodation and induction.
The final stage of the process is one of the most important. Once the candidate is in place we offer support to ensure that they settle in quickly to their new role, and we review the whole process with you to refine any elements for future requirements.
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