Contact: Lisa Worthington
Number: 0161 929 3855
Meridian Business Support has offices in over 30 locations and we're always looking for the best talent in recruitment to join us. We want the best recruitment consultants to drive our Vision and in return we offer a work environment that supports and trains you and offers you the freedom to pursue markets of interest. So send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, if you're an experienced recruitment consultant searching for a new job or you're looking to enter the world of recruitment as a graduate or trainee.
Meridian operates in seven core markets, Built Environment, Health, Industrial, Office & Professional, Public Sector, Managed Service and I.T & New Technology and they're further broken down into sub-sectors such as Oil & Gas, Executive, Internation, Finance, Legal and Rail. As the Recruitment Specialist, we'd love to hear what your specialism is and what you could bring to our Company.
We're a great recruitment agency to work for, Meridian won the Best Company to Work For at the IRP Awards 2012 and we're on the shortlist again for the IRP 2013 awards. You can find a full list of our awards here. It's not all about business either, there are annaul days out at Football Tournaments and Go-Karting events, where we invite employees and clients (okay so there's a little bit of business shenanigans too!) as well as the annual Conference where our best recruiters are recognised and awarded for their talent and efforts over the year.
Contact: Lisa Worthington
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