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  • Publish Date: Posted over 3 years ago
  • Author:by Emma Bryan

I spy with my little eye.....

​Know your worldI am a Senior Consultant within our Transport team.Admittedly 3 years ago I barely knew what the Manufacturing market was and now I can talk about power train systems and car chassis’.                    A vital part of our job is to ago out to meet and see the businesses and people we are recruiting for.Visiting Tier 1 manufacturing plants, I have seen manual & automated paint lines, seats, electrics, doors, bumpers, fabrics, fuel systems and a variety of components supplying into multiple Automotive OEMs.  I have seen actuators, aeroplane trolleys, landing gears & control systems being manufactured in Aerospace, as well as multiple equipment & MRO in the Rail industry.          Meetings are a small part of our job, but by visiting sites and getting to know our clients, their needs and the environment in which they work helps us to understand their world. How else can we match the right candidates and importantly sell a business in. This is one of our Core values.The Transport market is typically rather incestuous; working a niche market means we keep informed, we know the great from the good and we gain our knowledge from both candidates and clients alike; whether site closures & supporting outplacements or site expansions & ramping up recruitment.                          As one of 7 specialists in our team, we are niche and job specific. We have a good reputation in the market having placed the right candidates in similar jobs. We know what competitors are paying and offer additional support and advice to clients and candidates alike; we go the extra mile.Location is not an issue if we can travel there; we will support.  We have been known to be sat on the M6 to meet clients & candidates, playing our own version of eye spy spotting our clients products;  trucks mud flaps, trailers and tail gates and with the average car being made up of over 30,000 parts we have plenty to spy.   Our directors both worked within the Automotive industry in engineering and supply chain before moving into recruitment. We have a great grounding at Core Talent and our valuable market expertise lifts us above our competition.  We know our world and this enable us to go out and “know their world.”If you'd like to talk about an Engineering & Manufacturing career in Transport call me, 0161 220 1957, email me emmabryan@coretalent.co.uk or contact one of the team on 0161 832 1378.

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​Know your world

I am a Senior Consultant within our Transport team.

Admittedly 3 years ago I barely knew what the Manufacturing market was and now I can talk about power train systems and car chassis’.                    

A vital part of our job is to ago out to meet and see the businesses and people we are recruiting for.

Visiting Tier 1 manufacturing plants, I have seen manual & automated paint lines, seats, electrics, doors, bumpers, fabrics, fuel systems and a variety of components supplying into multiple Automotive OEMs.  

I have seen actuators, aeroplane trolleys, landing gears & control systems being manufactured in Aerospace, as well as multiple equipment & MRO in the Rail industry.          

Meetings are a small part of our job, but by visiting sites and getting to know our clients, their needs and the environment in which they work helps us to understand their world. How else can we match the right candidates and importantly sell a business in. This is one of our Core values.

The Transport market is typically rather incestuous; working a niche market means we keep informed, we know the great from the good and we gain our knowledge from both candidates and clients alike; whether site closures & supporting outplacements or site expansions & ramping up recruitment.                          

As one of 7 specialists in our team, we are niche and job specific. We have a good reputation in the market having placed the right candidates in similar jobs. We know what competitors are paying and offer additional support and advice to clients and candidates alike; we go the extra mile.

Location is not an issue if we can travel there; we will support.  We have been known to be sat on the M6 to meet clients & candidates, playing our own version of eye spy spotting our clients products;  trucks mud flaps, trailers and tail gates and with the average car being made up of over 30,000 parts we have plenty to spy.   

Our directors both worked within the Automotive industry in engineering and supply chain before moving into recruitment. We have a great grounding at Core Talent and our valuable market expertise lifts us above our competition.  We know our world and this enable us to go out and “know their world.”

If you'd like to talk about an Engineering & Manufacturing career in Transport call me, 0161 220 1957, email me emmabryan@coretalent.co.uk or contact one of the team on 0161 832 1378.

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