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SEE Services Launches Recruitment Division

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07 December 2020
 

Building on over 30 years industry experience and its extensive network of contacts, SEE Services is pleased to announce the formation of a brand-new Recruitment division.

Complementing its six existing specialist divisions: Mobile Maintenance, Compliance, Projects, Soft Services, Static Engineering and Rail, this most recent addition to SEE’s line-up of support services is designed to target the FM and construction sectors. 

 



"We are confident this will not only reduce the amount of time and resources spent during the selection and interview process, but will also provide a positive and seamless recruitment service for both client and candidate."

 

 

– Jeff Alden
SEE Services Director

 

This industry-focused initiative offers companies and candidates a wide-range of temporary and permanent, part and full-time positions across a spectrum of occupations. From unskilled staff to qualified tradesmen, skilled operatives and senior management, SEE’s recruitment team is geared up to handle personnel fulfilment across an extensive range of industry-based positions, including:

 

  • Contract Managers
  • Estimators
  • Helpdesk and Administration
  • Health and Safety 
  • Business Development
  • Finance
  • I.T. Specialists
  • Facilities Managers
  • Company Directors
  • Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
  • Construction Works
  • Tradesmen
  • Specialist Cleaning Technicians
  • Plant & equipment operatives

 

Company Direction Based on Expertise

 

SEE Services Director Jeff Alden explains the motivation behind this latest addition to the company’s divisions:

“We were already handling a certain amount of recruitment, so it made sense to extend our offering to our customers and to the industry as a whole. As we are already well-established in the FM and construction industry arena it means that in contrast to many other agencies, our recruitment team possesses first-hand knowledge of the positions they’re dealing with and are fully conversant with what the client is looking for.

Our recruitment team is passionate to ensure that both client and candidate are a perfect match and consequently, will only put forward those who are best suited for the vacancy. We are confident this will not only reduce the amount of time and resources spent during the selection and interview process, but will also provide a positive and seamless recruitment service for both client and candidate."

You can learn more about SEE Services on their partner page.


Picture: a man processing employee hire through a smart tablet

Article written by Bailey Sparkes | Published 07 December 2020

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