Recruiting the right team members to fit within your team culturally and bring the right technical skillset is no easy task. It can cause strain on the business, particularly when you have more than one role to fill in a short amount of time!
It can help to employ a specialist recruitment agency in your particular industry; one that has years of experience in finding the very best candidates for a wide range of roles within your sector. At Capital, our specialism is technical engineering. We have placed countless space and satellite, aerospace, defence, telecoms and automotive engineers over the decades and can quickly recognise candidates who have the technical expertise that pioneering engineering companies need.
As part of our process for working with clients, we put in the groundwork to really understand your company by visiting your site and meeting you and your team. When recruiting for a role we produce a shortlist of the most qualified candidates, before selecting the top CVs for your consideration. This allows you to focus your time and expertise on reviewing only the best candidates.
This is our tried and tested method of finding technically competent candidates who will slot effortlessly into your workplace.
In the video below, watch Director Karen Silk explain our process in more detail…
Which engineering sectors do we currently support through our recruitment services?
1. Space and Satellite
This is one of the fastest-growing industries we recruit for, and as a result, there are always exciting, world-changing industry developments happening in the sector.
Aerospace technology is ever-evolving. The candidates we place play key parts in new technology developments, and you can too.
A sector that plays a key role in keeping us safe, there are often emerging new technologies to improve our security.
With driverless and electric car technology on the rise, this industry is experiencing some huge shifts that will continue to develop over the next decade.
With the advancement of smart techology and augmented reality, the phones we use on a daily basis will be changing rapidly over the coming months and years.