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Candidates

Why Register With Us?

Not all vacancies are advertised on our website. By registering with us you can be considered for all current and future vacancies.

Registering with PATH Recruitment means you will be involving yourself with a company that has placed thousands of candidates into permanent employment within the Plant, Access, Tool Hire and specialist related sectors both in the UK and Overseas.

PATH Recruitment have extensive knowledge of the Plant, Access and Tool Hire industry and related sectors, collectively with our knowledge of recruitment this puts us in a powerful position to help you find employment or achieve your next career move.

Why choose us?

You’ll be assigned a Recruitment Advisor who will liaise with you to discuss your skillsets and experience to gain an understanding of your requirements and expectations. All we ask of you is an up to date CV.

To give an overview, PATH will:

  • Add your details to our confidential database.

  • Review your CV and give constructive feedback to ensure you have best described your experiences and skills.

  • Create, an exclusive to PATH Recruitment, profile for you.

  • Show genuine concern in finding the right role for you.

  • Email you job alerts.

  • Send your profile to prospective employers to consider.

  • Liaise with prospective employers and keep you updated throughout the recruitment process.

  • Arrange interviews and prepare you for the interview process.

  • Give you feedback.

  • Provide a placement and aftercare service.

We will provide you with a professional and free service. We will work with you in an open and honest way, we won’t waste your time and in return we ask the same of you.


What we ask of you?

If your present employer makes you a counter offer when you resign, please think very carefully about the consequences:

  • Remind yourself of the reasons why you were looking for a job in the first place. This is unlikely to have changed.

  • Ask yourself why you didn't get the offer before you resigned.

  • A counter offer is a bribe to get you to stay. It could be a quick fix which buys your employer time to find your replacement.

  • Your current employer will now question your loyalty to the company.

  • If the counter offer seems too good to be true it probably is.

  • Accepting a counter offer and rejecting a job offer, may jeopardise future opportunities to work for that new employer.

Register online now, or call our office on01933 665115for a confidential discussion about your current situation and future requirements and expectations.

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