Harvey Nash is delighted to announce we have been appointed first place on the call off list for the Scottish Enterprise framework for Executive Search and Recruitment Services. We will be helping Scottish Enterprise backed companies secure the best C-Level, Director and Non-Executive Director talent.
Scottish Enterprise identify and maximise opportunities for Scotland's economic growth by supporting Scottish companies to compete, helping to build globally competitive sectors, attracting new investment and creating a world-class business environment. This framework was established after research highlighted that the availability of senior talent was a barrier to maximising the potential of high-growth companies in Scotland. The aim is to secure the best possible talent from the UK and beyond, supporting companies in their expansion.
The companies we, and Scottish Enterprise, will be working with span across multiple sectors including aerospace, defence and marine, BPO, chemical sciences, construction, creative industries, financial services, food and drink, life sciences, manufacturing, oil and gas, renewable energy, technology and engineering, textiles and tourism. With such a diverse portfolio of organisations, we are looking to attract executive level talent from around the world to join companies as diverse as start-up software houses to established drinks manufacturers.
We have an expanding Executive Search practice in Scotland with particular strengths in technology, the public sector and financial services positions. In addition to executive search and interim positions we offer a range of leadership services. This is a very exciting opportunity for us, by placing high quality talent we have an opportunity to contribute to the success of a range of innovative and fast growing companies.
We are keen to hear from individuals who feel they would be able to contribute to these organisations.
For more information please contact Kirsteen Bell on email@example.com or pop into our Scottish Enterprise campaign website here
for more information.