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ALTRINCHAM-headquartered international recruiter NES Global Talent has opened a new office in Manchester city centre.
The new office is located in Chapel Walks and houses the sales and operations teams.
NES, which specialises in placing engineers and project managers with clients in the oil and gas, energy and infrastructure sectors, said its global headquarters will remain at Station House in Altrincham.
The firm said the new office will ensure it can keep up with client demand and further tap into the growth of Greater Manchester and the north west’s economy by offering local and international career opportunities for those based in the region.
Eddie Halkett, managing director for NES Global Talent, UK, Europe & Africa, said: “The local economy in our home town is buoyant and the Manchester skyline is testament to that. To ensure we can continue to exceed both candidate and client expectations we will be further increasing our capabilities and head count across the whole spectrum of our industry offerings.”
Mr Halkett said NES chose to open the office in Manchester to “further enhance our ability to tap into the city’s exceptional pool of talent particularly from the city’s universities, with more than 100,000 students across Manchester and Salford”.
NES, which employs more than 1,000 staff worldwide, said it seeks to continue to expand after it reported sales increased from $900m in 2017 to $1.1bn in 2018.
NES Global Talent’s city centre office opening