I found Stafffinders to very professional and prompt in both their interview advice and communications. Stafffinders contacted me three week ago with a vacancy they thought would be of interest and yesterday I was offered the job! I would definitely y recommend Stafffinders to others looking to further their career.
"To provide a valued service to allow businesses to prosper and to create career-enhancing opportunities for candidates whilst enabling communities to thrive."
Stafffinders was established in January 1971 and was one of the first recruitment agencies in Scotland. Since then we have been growing and evolving to be able to help all kinds of companies from small to global, to find the very best staff for their businesses.
The business still remains family owned and the current Managing Director, Jane Wylie-Roberts, succeeded her father in 2006. Jane has 25 years experience in Stafffinders and is recognised as one of Scotlands leading recruitment experts.
Jane is a past finalist for the IoD Female Business Leader of the Year, a finalist of Renfrewshire Business Leader of the Year and is a past Director of Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce.
Big & Small
No matter what size your company is, Stafffinders can help. We work with a number of high profile global businesses providing staff on both a temporary and permanent basis, as well as working with hundreds of smaller local businesses both for one-off assignments and regular requirements. Watch the video below to find out more about us!
We work accross 28 specialist divisions and have a team of consultants who have an indepth knowledge of their sectors, pay scales, candidate availability and industry specific knowledge.
We also have a specialist recruitment division than handles the unusual requests.
Stafffinders have a huge amount of experience within the recruitment and employment sectors and are regularly asked to comment on both radio and have featured on STV News, BBC National News, ITV News, BBC Newsnight, Holyrood Live as well as on Real Radio and BBC Radio Scotland.