Mission:

Our mission is to provide the best match of IT people to IT jobs through partnership with employers and understanding job seekers as individuals.

Employers:

We specialise in providing contract and permanent IT staff from Developers and IT Support staff to Business Analysts and Project Managers.

Our partnership approach is designed to help you to think of us as an extension of your team, providing you with additional recruitment expertise.

If you have a vacancy we will advertise, interview and provide a shortlist of relevant candidates interested in your role. These will be the candidates with the best fit to the job role, your technical environment, your location and your culture.

Our rates are cost effective and transparent.

Job Seekers:

We are all individuals and ensuring that a job is right for you is more than just ticking the list of matching skills. We will need to discuss your career goals, your preferred working environment, family commitments etc to ensure that any job move you make is a positive step towards your goals. We understand that moving jobs can be stressful and it is a great support to have someone who understands you and what you are going through. We want you to put your trust in us and we will use our professional skills to move you closer to your career goals. We call this our partnership approach and we think this is one reason that many job seekers that we have placed in new jobs come back to us when as Clients when they need to recruit new staff.

For more information on what we can do for you please contact us at info@peopleconnectors.co.uk or follow us on Twitter for latest jobs and our favourite technology, gadget and job hunting stories:

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