Recruitment Agencies based in Northern Ireland, UK
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About Sure Rec NI
As specialist recruiters for Transport & Industry right here in Northern Ireland, we have the ability to recruit and supply staff for numerous 'logistics and industrial' roles right across our country. With our customer base ranging from some of the largest businesses in the country to some of the smallest 'niche' businesses, its our unique "common sense" way of working with our partners that makes us stand out from the crowd.
Administration | Driving | Industrial | Logistics | Manufacturing / Production
Covers: Northern Ireland, Scotland and North of England | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries from £17k - £100k
4C Executive Search
Graffiti IT Recruitment
Kim Johnston Executive Search
Lucas Love Healthcare
Wellington Professional Recruitment (WPR Jobs)
Alchemy Recruitment Solutions
Tech Trade Recruiting
Vanrath Strategic Recruitment
Bond Search & Selection
Hayward Hawk Recruitment
Premiere People Northern Ireland
Abacus Professional Recruitment
The DP Group
First Choice Recruitment Consultancy
Randstad Business Support
Hays Construction and Property
Northern Ireland comprises part of the United Kingdom and lies in the North Eastern section of the island of Ireland. With a population of roughly 1.8 million people, much of the region's population lives and works in the capital and largest city of Belfast. With an economy traditionally based in industry such as shipbuilding, textiles and manufacturing, it has since diversified and is now predominately based in the service industries.
Key industries and employers
The manufacturing industry remains integral to the economy in Northern Ireland, however, due to a change in the type of manufacturing from traditional industries to high-tech and capital-intensive industries. Engineering is the largest manufacturing sub-sector in Northern Ireland, with Bombardier Aerospace being a large employer in the region. Fujitsu, Seagate, Caterpillar, and DuPont are all also based in the region and provide significant levels of employment. Overall, manufacturing accounts for 9.7% of Northern Ireland's employment.
On the other hand, 31.3% of all employment is accounted for by Public Administration, Health, Education and Social Work, with local authorities, NHS Trusts and area schools providing much of the region's employment.
Unemployment levels in Northern Ireland are on par with the rest of Great Britain at 7.8%. As with any region in the country at this time, however, the job market is as competitive as ever and the chances of finding a suitable position can greatly be improved by utilising the specialist knowledge of a recruitment agency.