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Matchtech once again awarded UK’s no.1 engineering recruitment agency title
We are delighted to announce that Matchtech has been awarded, for the second year running, as the UK’s no.1 engineering recruitment agency. David Head, Editor of Recruitment International magazine confirmed yesterday that Matchtech officially ranks number 1, as the largest recruitment company supplying professional engineers exclusively for the UK.
Commenting on the award, Matchtech Managing Director Keith Lewis said, “This accolade is extremely important to us and speaks volumes for the work we are doing not only within recruitment, but also within the engineering community. As a company, we are passionate about raising the profile of engineering as a profession; we work closely with relevant industry bodies, such as Engineering UK and are currently running a number of initiatives in order to achieve this.”
Looking to the future, Matchtech aims to further utilise our 29 years’ experience in engineering recruitment to continue to support both our clients and candidates with the most comprehensive service offering across the automotive, aerospace, marine, infrastructure, energy and science sectors. Additionally, we are once again running our engineering confidence index survey, for which results will be released in the next few months and will be launching our second Engineering Showcase competition in early 2014. For more information about these initiatives and how to be involved, please visit http://www.matchtech.com .
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