Public Sector
Candidates

SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT

Public Sector

10,000
Public Sector
ROLES FILLED IN 2018

12.5 days
Average time from instruction to hire

95%
of clients use our
services again

Our recruitment specialists for the public sector are the best in the business, we specialise in placing mid-to-executive permanent, contract and interim level professionals into manifold organisations across the public sector including the NHS, Central Government, Local Government and Housing

Our customers are serviced through dedicated account teams that specialise in supplying high calibre professionals to individual public sector organisations. We offer expertise across Technology, Programme & Project Management, Commercial, Procurement, Finance, HR, Marketing & Communications.

We take the time to get to know our clients, their business and their needs, we feel this gives us the best platform to fulfil each brief and exceed expectations when it comes to facilitating your operational requirements.

SERVICES WE PROVIDE

  • Interim: contingent, exclusive
  • Contract: contingent, exclusive, project solutions
  • Fixed Term Contract: contingent, exclusive, project solutions
  • Permanent: contingent, exclusive, retained, project solutions
  • Executive Search
  • Statement of Work
  • Market mapping
  • Testing
  • On-boarding
  • Interview facilitation
  • Transformation, change and savings plans
  • Restructuring and redesign of operating models
  • Integration & strategic commissioning priorities
  • Driving engagement with partner organisations
  • Demand management
  • Workforce/Organisational development
  • Services reviews and commercial option appraisals
  • City centre regeneration & economic growth
  • Property rationalisation/Estates programmes
  • Outsourcing/Insourcing
  • Income generation & Local authority trading vehicles
  • Digital transformation

Public Sector JOB TITLES WE RECRUIT

  • Director of Strategic Development, Director of Marketing and Communications, HR Director
  • Head of Pay and Reward, Head of Business Operations, Head of Governance
  • Head of Commissioning, Head of Quality and Regulatory Affairs
  • Programme Director, Programme Management, Project Management
  • PMO, Architect, Analytics, Data Scientist, Business Analyst, DevOps
  • Security, Developer, Test, Support, Infrastructure
  • Purchasing Manager, Procurement Specialist, Contracts Manager
  • Category Manager, Supply Chain Manager, Commercial Specialist
  • Finance Director, Finance Manager, Finance Analyst, Accountant
  • Recruitment Manager, Learning & Development Manager
  • Workforce Planning Manager, HR Business Partner, HR Advisor
  • Marketing & Communications Manager, User Researcher, Content Strategist, Content Designer
  • Corporate: Finance, Procurement, HR, Marcomms, Legal & IT
  • Adult Social Care
  • Children’s Social Care
  • Commissioning
  • Education
  • Transformation, Business Change & Project/ Programme Management
  • Environment & Transport
  • Property & Regeneration
  • Housing
  • Consultancy Solutions

Contact our expert Public Sector consultants to discuss your needs

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