E3 Recruitment: why we're involved
18 April 2019

E3 Recruitment: why we're involved

E3 Recruitment (E3R) is at the forefront of manufacturing and engineering recruitment in Yorkshire and the UK offering both our clients and candidates a wealth of knowledge and dedicated experience.

We specialise in permanent, temporary and contract recruitment, from shop floor staff level through to senior exec appointments. E3R’s specialist sector teams work in partnership with candidates and clients, offering continuity of contacts with consultants who offer an in-depth knowledge of your industry.

E3R sectors include; General Manufacturing, Automotive & Fleet, Food & FMCG, Building & Construction Products, Chemical & Pharmaceutical, Energy & Utilities, Oil & Gas and Aerospace. E3R’s Commercial Team supports all eight sectors with Accountancy and Finance, Human Resources, Business Support, Procurement, Sales and Marketing roles for our manufacturing and engineering clients.

With a changing employment landscape, along with the issues of skills shortages and increasing legislation, E3R’s focus and expertise in its specialist sectors enables our clients and candidates to be confident in the recruitment, talent management and structured process solutions we deliver.

We’re in the business of transformation for both organisations and careers. E3R’s unrivalled bespoke services ensure both organisations and individuals reach their full potential, as we deliver above and beyond expectation every stage of the process.

E3R’s values are at the heart of everything we do; Partnership, Openness and Empowerment. These values underpin how we work with both our clients and candidates alike and treat our colleagues. These values translate to our sponsorship of Bradford Manufacturing Week as we work in partnership with Bradford Manufacturers, Schools and our fellow Sponsors; Being open about the opportunities available in manufacturing; And giving young people the information and opportunities to empower them.

E3R’s passionate about addressing the skills gap within manufacturing and engineering faces and it is more important than ever that we promote our industry to young people, advising them on the opportunities and careers that are open to them.

Last year we supported Bradford Manufacturing Week by delivering assemblies to young people sharing this message and showcasing manufacturing and engineering companies, the careers they can offer, and promoting STEM subjects to young people. We are delighted to be playing a key role in Bradford Manufacturing Week 2019 as this exciting ground breaking initiative looks to double the number of engagements reaching more young people.

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Our Sponsors

BarclaysNaylor WintersgillGordonsMitton GroupDale CarnegieE3RUniversity of Bradford