TXM Recruit News
As TXM Recruit continues their commitment to the wider community, they are set to attend all upcoming Career Transition Partnership (CTP) careers fair events both to source high quality candidates and offer expert advice.
“We have a commitment to acting in the best interests of the candidate and a wider obligation to support and facilitate candidates with a range of skills and experience developing their career in engineering.” Claims TXM Recruit Hitachi Account Manager Louise Gill.
Gill is due to attend the upcoming Newark Career Transition Partnership (CTP) event alongside colleagues Tom Kellogg and Nadia DeMichele.
They will each be representing the Rail, Manufacturing and Built Environment sectors on behalf of TXM Recruit.
The CTP event will see former members of the Armed Forces attend in the hopes of beginning a new career path following their time in the services.
With TXM Recruit being one of the organisations in attendance, Louise shared her views on what the team hope to achieve.
“We are hoping to meet with candidates who are in the process of, or are due to leave the armed forces.
“The TXM Recruit team will be on hand to discuss current vacancies, provide CV support and offer advice on careers in engineering and routes into the industry.”
Louise also shared her take on why the team became interested in the event.
“We have pledged our commitment to increasing diversity and inclusion across the engineering industry as part of our business strategy.
“As part of this, we recognise the valuable skills and experience armed forces leavers bring and value the contribution they can make to the industry.”
Following this, Louise further evidenced why TXM Recruit stands out from the competition.
“We go out of our way to assist those in need of employment and this event is another example of doing so.
“We have a commitment to acting in the best interests of the candidate and a wider obligation to support and facilitate candidates with a range of skills and experience developing their career in engineering.”