Precision recruit the hard-to-find candidates within the Engineering, Technical, Construction and Sales Marketplace

Bridging gaps and making connections between employers and candidates, at Precision Recruitment, we save you time, money and stress by taking a granular, detailed approach to your recruitment requirements and fully familiarising ourselves with your business’s employment culture.  We will select for you only talented, appropriately-skilled and pre-referenced candidates within the Engineering, Technical, Sales & Management and Business Development sectors; people that are “in the market – not on the market”, adding value to your team and profitability to your business. Operating from our central location of Leicester in the East Midlands, we’re perfectly placed to reach out across the UK, with fantastic recruitment and job opportunities throughout Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire.

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Engineering Positions

Looking for experienced, qualified Engineering temporary or permanent staff?

We can provide skilled engineers within:

  • Precision Machining
  • Automation
  • Electrical
  • Machine Tools
  • Electronics
  • Design
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Technical Positions

Are you looking for experienced, qualified Technical staff?

We can provide

  • CAD / CAM Programmers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Service Engineers
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Construction Positions

Looking for skilled operational, commercial and trades work?
We can provide staff within the industries of:

  • Build
  • Civils
  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Gas
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Sales And Media Positions

Looking for professional, experienced sales people? We can provide:

  • Telesales / Telemarketing
  • Field Sales / Regional Managers
  • Sales / Accounts Management
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5 Reasons To Choose Us
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We talk your language so when you describe your ideal engineering, technical or sales candidate we will understand your requirements precisely.

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You can tap into our extensive database of industry-specific candidates, to access people who wouldn’t necessarily answer a newspaper or internet advertisement.

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We follow a thorough and efficient 10 Step Process to help us identify your ideal candidate and ensure they are available exactly when you need them.

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Using a unique multi-media candidate delivery system, we will deliver you much greater insight into prospective employees using video and audio, saving you  huge amounts of time attending needless 1st interviews.

5.

No placement – no fee – means you pay nothing until we find you the perfect candidate for your temporary, contract or permanent vacancy.

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