European Engineering Recruitment Agency

Engineering companies are constantly on the lookout for qualified operatives with the right level of experience. If specific trades are not available in local or national markets most firms are not averse to looking further afield.

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Due to demographic changes surrounding engineering, young workers no longer view the sector as an attractive proposition, added to this many traditional apprenticeship schemes have been scrapped. These anomalies have led to widespread manpower shortages, the knock-on effects have been:

  • Local and national shortage of skilled engineers
  • Workers demanding higher wages
  • Recruitment spreading beyond national boundaries
  • More emphasis on internal training
  • Attractive pension schemes being offered

ERA’s European engineering recruitment agency is constantly sourcing and placing suitably qualified manpower around the world. Many agencies struggle to source large teams of engineers, this is not the case at ERA, their operational scope stretches way beyond mainland Europe. They are also in the enviable position of having a very large database of available workers.

Employer support is at the core of ERA’s working systems. All processes are designed to source the most suitable manpower for any given position. The screening process takes many factors into consideration, here are a few examples:

  • Verification of testimonials
  • Medical
  • Language assessment
  • Verification of qualifications
  • Passport/National identity card checks
  • Police checks

The screening process is designed to filter out those who are unsuitable. Positive client feedback suggests the system is working very well.

If you would like more information on ERA’s engineering recruitment services please email enquiries@recruitment-agency.eu, alternatively you can complete a website contact form. Please note all enquiries are dealt with in a timely, professional and confidential manner.

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