Central Alliance launches recruitment division
Specialist pre-construction services business, Central Alliance has launched ‘Recruitment Central’ to help enhance its offering for jobseekers and employers alike
Central Alliance works with a wide range of industries including construction, rail, energy and transport, amongst others.
The new recruitment division, led by experienced recruitment consultants Kevin Crisp and Joe Fowley are finding and placing industry talent, from tradesmen, through to land surveyors, project managers and senior executives. The team prides itself on having the knowledge, ability and reputation to connect consistent, high calibre candidates with some of the UK’s biggest contractors and already the signs are promising that the approach is paying off.
“Being specialists means we have in-depth knowledge of the industry sectors we are working in’ said Recruitment Central Director, Mr Kevin Crisp. “We make every effort to know the particular requirements of our clients and to understand their business aims, company values and culture. In this way, we can ensure we get the right candidates to suit the roles, saving our clients time and money throughout the recruitment process.
In 2017 we shall bring together an array of top talent that will further enhance the reputation of Central Alliance and continue to deliver to jobseekers and employers with an unrivalled level of customer service”.
The company’s aggressive growth strategy reflects their commitment to keep Central Alliance at the forefront of its sector and increasing its market share. With renewed national focus on a strategy to build a ‘Northern Powerhouse’ and all the associated opportunity, Central Alliance is well placed to serve all associated infrastructure projects and recruiting the best people to help build this is key.
“There are a number of infrastructure programmes underway, particularly in the rail sector, which will offer a platform for employment growth for the future and cement a real opportunity for recruitment specialists to grow”, says Central Alliance CEO, Pete Bevils.
“With a skills shortage set to intensify in 2017 as competition for qualified staff increases, Central Alliance will be well placed to recruit the right people both for ourselves and supplying our customers with the skills and talent they need”.
Despite the skills shortage, Central Alliance believe that the Northern Powerhouse plans present a huge opportunity for businesses, particularly in the north, to expand their service offerings.