A Teesside-based recruitment consultant has bolstered its own ranks as it looks to continued positive business growth in 2017.
Techconsult UK, based at the Wilton Centre, near Redcar, is delighted to announce the appointment of a new apprentice.
Louis Cargan, 19, joined the team as a recruitment administration apprentice last month, while Ashleigh Yeoman has been promoted to recruitment consultant within the firm.
Techconsult office manager Sarah Taylor – pictured above (left) with Louis and Ashleigh – said: “Ashleigh has been an important member of the team here for four years. She has worked extremely hard, picking up all the knowledge and skills, she understands the needs of our clients and this has led to this natural promotion within the company.
“And with Ashleigh moving up the ladder it has been great to welcome Louis to the team. He has hit the ground running in the short time he has been with us and we look forward to seeing his progression at Techconsult.”
Techconsult, which offers business solutions by specialising in highly skilled candidates in the process and petrochemical, oil and gas, renewable, subsea, science and civil engineering sectors, has been seeing demand for specialist services rising.
Managing director Steve Guest added: “Opportunities are growing in areas such as biotechnology chemicals and civil engineering.
“Techconsult’s highly qualified specialist recruiters are already working with a host of clients on some fantastic job openings in a number of sectors. With the expansion to our team we want to collaborate and work in partnership with more businesses, both in the region and further afield in the UK, to help recruit them the perfect candidates.”
Techconsult UK is a successful international business that is growing. It has a large number of candidates on its database, including engineers, technicians, project managers and technical administration personnel.
The company, which has a strong foothold within the North East has ambitions to capitalise on growth opportunities in areas across the UK.