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Using a recruitment agency
Recruitment is all about people. The job of a recruiter is to match the right candidate with the right employer, for the right role. In our fast-paced, internationalised world, people expect a lot from their job – they want to work on the best projects, for the highest profile companies in the most desirable locations. But, with so much choice, it can be difficult to pin down the right opportunity, especially when you’re busy working.
Using a recruitment agency can save time and effort and they are free to use. By getting in touch with an agency, you will be introduced to a recruitment consultant who will listen to what type of opportunities you’re interested in and actively look out for jobs that you might like to apply for.
As consultants are in touch with employers every day, they can let you know when new opportunities arise as soon as they emerge. You can then decide whether or not you’d like to be put forward for the role.
As a specialist technology recruiter, Networkers is fully immersed in the IT and telecommunications industries and has built strong relationships with key companies operating in these fields.
Each of our consultants is assigned to a particular market or sector so that they develop in-depth knowledge of the trends in the market, the skills employers are looking for and what opportunities are available. This level of expertise enables them to help you find the right role and guide you through the recruitment process, whether it’s a temporary or permanent job.
By taking a few minutes to register online with us, you can easily browse and apply for jobs. If you’re not quite ready to apply, you can sign up for job alerts so that you can be the first to know when the ideal opportunity comes up.
We have permanent and contract roles available across the communications, cloud, development, ERP, leadership and security sectors. Take a look at our jobs pages for current opportunities.
If you have any questions about working with Networkers, please let us know.