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RECRUITMENT


CHASE TAYLOR RECRUITMENT LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE


Chase Taylor Recruitment, the specialist recruitment agency for the fenestration and construction industry, has launched its new website (www.chasetaylor.co.uk).


Designed to make the recruitment process


more efficient for both prospective employers and employees, the website allows businesses to upload job vacancies, whilst candidates can upload their own CV’s and use the interactive job search function to find and apply for vacancies.


Candidates can filter job searches through a range of options including location, job role, salary and sector.


Tis means that all search results are specifically tailored to each candidate, resulting in much better match results between employer and applicant in the long run.


A COST-EFFECTIVE RECRUITMENT


SOLUTION Chase Taylor’s managing director Mat


Gibson told Clearview: “Chase Taylor is committed to offering cost- effective recruitment solutions to businesses within the


fenestration industry. Our industry related database contains information and feedback on thousands of candidates, making finding the right person a highly efficient process.


“Te website’s interactive job search functionality is something that is unique to the industry and will further simplify the recruitment process for individuals looking for employment.


“We are confident that the search functionality is something that will hugely benefit those seeking employment with the fenestration and related industries; but it also brings benefits to potential employers, as we can then recommend them the most suitable candidates based on their search terms, and all for a negotiable service rate.”


For more information about Chase Taylor and its range of recruitment solutions call 01543 404646 or visit www.chasetaylor. co.uk


Composite Doors and Door Panels Experienced Representative Required


Future Products require a sales representative to work in the North West area to promote and sell their extensive range of composite doors and door panels fabricated in their factory in Nottinghamshire. We already have a customer base in the area which needs to be developed.


Ideally we want to employ a person familiar with the product and industry. However even if you have not worked in the industry but you feel you have the qualities needed to drive our product sales forward please contact me.


We will be paying salary plus commission, and provide a car, telephone, and relevant expenses.


Please apply in complete confidence to me by e-mail or in writing, enclosing your CV and indicate the basic salary you would want before commissions are added. No references will be asked for or current or previous employer contacted without your permission.


David Powell, Future Products, Millennium Business Park, Mansfield, NG19 7JX


01623 635171 davidp@futureproductsltd.com


Composite Doors and Door Panels Experienced Representative Required


Future Products require a sales representative to work in the London and the Southeast area to promote and sell their extensive range of composite doors and door panels fabricated in their factory in Nottinghamshire. We already have a customer base in the area which needs to be developed.


Ideally we want to employ a person familiar with the product and industry. However even if you have not worked in the industry but you feel you have the qualities needed to drive our product sales forward please contact me.


We will be paying salary plus commission, and provide a car, telephone, and relevant expenses.


Please apply in complete confidence to me by e-mail or in writing, enclosing your CV and indicate the basic salary you would want before commissions are added. No references will be asked for or current or previous employer contacted without your permission.


David Powell, Future Products, Millennium Business Park, Mansfield, NG19 7JX


01623 635171 davidp@futureproductsltd.com


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