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Hays is the expert in recruiting engineering and manufacturing staff, filling even the most challenging civil engineering, mechanical and electrical, marine and structural engineering vacancies.
We also recruit manufacturing professionals for research, design and production management roles within the UK’s manufacturing industry. Our consultants work within a particular market sector, such as FMCG, food and beverage, automotive, chemical, medical device and consumer industrial products, and they will take the time to understand your organisation’s specific challenges and opportunities.
Whether you have a challenging appointment to fill or multiple vacancy requirements, find out more about why you should choose Hays or speak to recruiting expert at your local office.
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