Recruitment Agencies in Dundee
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Ambit works with business founders and hiring teams in pharma, biotech, medical devices and supply chain (including CRO, CDMO, medical comms and consulting) companies worldwide to meet immediate hiring needs and to create sustainable talent strategies for the future. We are renowned for the quality of our client service and the results our value-led services deliver. Need to hire? Choose Ambit to idenfify, attract and engage the talent you need
Covers: UK, Europe, USA, Asia and Middle East | Permanent | Salaries from £17k - £100k+
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Key Personnel (Dundee)
Entrust Resource Solutions
At Connect Appointments we are a market leading recruitment firm that offers recruitment services within the temporary and permanent market for clients throughout Scotland & the North East of England. Our service is tailored to your needs covering most business sectors.
Covers: Scotland & North East England | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
Driver Hire Nationwide
Hays Business Support
Hays Construction and Property
Popular industry sectors in Dundee
Dundee is the fourth-biggest city in Scotland, and while it used to come under the county of Angus, it is now a local government council area in its own right. Around 156,561 people live here although in its heyday, the city's population reached over 180,000 in 1971.
In modern times, the technology and biomedical industries have blossomed, and 10% of the UK's digital-entertainment industry is based here. Both students and workers are drawn to the city's two universities, and both the multi-million pound Waterfront regeneration project and Victoria & Albert Museum are expected to significantly boost tourism, as well as attract new businesses to the area.
Despite a major loss of manufacturing jobs when the shipyards, carpet manufacturing and jute industries died a death in the 1980s, Dundee is now a thriving area for many other industries. The majority of residents work in the health care, financial services, and education sectors, with smaller numbers in employment by pharmaceutical firms, local government, manufacturing, and retail sectors. The average weekly earnings of a full-time member of staff are £482.80.
Recruitment agencies cite the biggest employers in the city as NHS Tayside, the city council, the university, Tesco, BT, Michelin, Aviva, Royal Bank of Scotland, HBOS, and Asda.