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Employers: Why use Maxim?

YOUR CONSTRUCTION RECRUITMENT AGENCY

To recruit the right staff, you need to use a recruitment agency that understands the type of people you are looking for. You also need an agency that can manage the recruitment process so that suitable candidates actually start work for you.

PERMANENT RECRUITMENT

Maxim can help employers in the following sectors:

  • Civil Engineering Contracting
  • Building Contracting
  • Project Managment
  • Construction Disputes
  • Cost Consulting
  • Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management
  • Headhunting and Executive Search in the UK and Internationally

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE

When you give us a job description or a person specification, we expect to discuss the details with you in order to understand exactly the technical experience you need to get the right person. We then only send you people that match the technical requirements we have agreed.

PERSONALITY

Once a technical profile has been established, we will approach suitably experienced candidates with a view to ensuring that they have the personality and 'soft skills' that you have indicated would suit the job role available.

Recruiting the right person for the right job is a technical, logistical, diplomatic and intuitive process that can be very time consuming. We endeavour to save you time during this process, not take up your time with unnecessary calls and CV submissions.

We expect to be recognised as a valuable staff supplier by sending only accurately assessed and qualified candidates. We do not measure our performance based on the volume of unsuitable applicants we have sent over to you.

SPECIALIST SERVICES TO EMPLOYERS

We regard our day to day service as special in comparison to some of the larger players in the construction recruitment sector. It is not a surprise to us if we secure a candidate an interview with the only client we have sent them to. This is how we like to work.

The service we can offer to employers is inextricably linked in with the professional relationships we develop with the candidates we are in touch with. The effort we go to in order to add value to the process of recruiting people for a client is clear from the detailed advice, support and interview preparation we provide to the candidates that you meet.

VALUE ADDED CLIENT SERVICES

The specialist recruitment work that we do is often conducted in response to specific additional needs of a client we have been working closely with on a contingency basis.

CONTACT US

We would be pleased to discuss these and any other services required by employers either by telephone or at a more formal meeting at a mutually convenient time.

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