Technical engineering recruitment experts NRL have been named one of the HOT 10 engineering, science and technical providers in Recruiter’s annual listing for the eighth consecutive year.
The HOT 10 STEM report, part of the magazine’s annual HOT 100 listing, highlights those recruitment organisations across the UK who are leading the way within their specialist fields. The listing evaluates organisations who provide recruitment and workforce solutions across a wide range of disciplines including power generation, built environment, infrastructure, nuclear, defence, renewables, oil, and gas - as well as niche specialities such as advanced facilities and life sciences.
Compiled by data analysts Agile Intelligence, the full HOT 100 report independently reviews the financial performance of recruitment providers, assessing their productivity and ability to maximise the return on their recruitment activities. With almost 40,000 recruitment agencies across the UK, NRL has continued to maintain their position on the HOT 100 listing - holding at number 24 for another year.
Discussing the importance of the report, NRL’s CEO David Redmayne said,
"Over the past three decades we’ve continued to focus on our expertise supporting global engineering companies with recruitment and workforce solutions to enable them to flex their workforce to continue to develop and grow their businesses.
To be recognised for another year as a top performing STEM recruiter is testament to the long-term relationships our team of talented recruiters build with our clients. By continuing to evolve our service offering to best support clients who are themselves diversifying into emerging new clean energy sectors, we’re positioning ourselves to continue to add value to our clients and candidates well into the future.
We’re proud to be able to support some of the largest infrastructure projects across the UK and internationally, helping to carve out a greener energy future - knowing that this will provide excellent career opportunities in crucial STEM roles.”