Time and time again, SER state that we are recruitment specialists in the technical and engineering sectors, but what does that really mean?
The Oxford English Dictionary describes a specialist as a person or organisation who concentrates primarily on a particular subject, activity or entity; a person is highly skilled in a specific and restricted field.
Straight away from the definition, we can say that this is true of SER Limited.
Each of our consultants focuses primarily on a particular sector from our vertical markets, but not only that, we can claim the specialist title because of our experience. In what is our 10th year as a limited company, we have been successful in placing the right candidates in the right positions. We have built a reputation as more than a 'bums on seats' recruiter but as a specialist with knowledge of the industry that allows us to get it right.
Our consultants take time to get to know the candidates and clients they are working with and believe in building long-term, mutually beneficial relationships.
They are interested in and enjoy what they do. They know that recruitment and career changes can make a real difference to people's lives and their attention to detail is incredible.
Something else that marks people out as specialists is the way they communicate with people, and lets face it, recruitment is all about People. Our consultants listen carefully, understand candidate's requirements, understand job specifications and they take the time to respond to people in the most appropriate manner.
And finally, a key component of being a specialist is behaving like a professional: someone who acts with integrity, often multi-tasking, working accurately and calmly under pressure; someone who respects confidentiality; someone who is accountable and someone who can be trusted implicitly to always do the right thing without compromise.
That is what makes us a specialist, a combination of all these things.
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