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  • Publish Date: Posted about 2 years ago
  • Author:by Louise Gapp

Public Sector Recruitment – we get it

We are delighted to announce that Cedar Recruitment has been appointed as an approved supplier on the new Crown Commercial Service Framework (RM6160) for Non-Clinical Temporary & Fixed-Term staff in Lot 2 - Corporate Functions. \r\n\r\nWhat does this actually mean?\r\n\r\nWell, whether you’re in the NHS, local or central government, education, or indeed in the wider public sector, this contract offers you the opportunity to work with road-tested recruiters at competitive prices.  We may be biased (OK, we are biased, but with good reason), but when you are looking for Procurement, Finance and Transformation candidates across London and indeed throughout the rest of the UK there are a number of compelling reasons why you should come to Cedar first. \r\n\r\nNumber One is our experience in the sector.  We’ve worked with a wide range of public sector clients, including the likes of the Cabinet Office, Defra, City of London Corporation, Sport England, The Royal British Legion, OFCOM and many others over the years. \r\n\r\nSecondly, we are the optimum size for most public sector customers: big enough to handle anything you throw at us, but small enough to really care and provide the personal, in-depth, levels of service that the bigger conglomerates can struggle to deliver.  With Cedar, what you see is what you get and who you see is who you’ll be dealing with. \r\n\r\nThirdly, and following on from the second point, our watchwords are professionalism, innovation, flexibility and customer service.  They are what our business has been built on and are why we have developed and grown so successfully over the past 16 years. Our enviable track record, based on the breadth and depth of our extensive network and a consultative approach to resourcing, demonstrates clearly that we punch well above our weight in today’s competitive markets.\r\n\r\nCedar is proud to continue to support the NHS and the wider public sector. We are, naturally, excited about the possibilities and the raft of new challenges that will be coming our way. If you would like to discuss how we can help your organisation under the terms of this Framework, please contact:\r\n\r\nLouise Gapp – lg@cedarrecruitment.com\r\n

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We are delighted to announce that Cedar Recruitment has been appointed as an approved supplier on the new Crown Commercial Service Framework (RM6160) for Non-Clinical Temporary & Fixed-Term staff in Lot 2 - Corporate Functions. \r\n\r\nWhat does this actually mean?\r\n\r\nWell, whether you’re in the NHS, local or central government, education, or indeed in the wider public sector, this contract offers you the opportunity to work with road-tested recruiters at competitive prices.  We may be biased (OK, we are biased, but with good reason), but when you are looking for Procurement, Finance and Transformation candidates across London and indeed throughout the rest of the UK there are a number of compelling reasons why you should come to Cedar first. \r\n\r\nNumber One is our experience in the sector.  We’ve worked with a wide range of public sector clients, including the likes of the Cabinet Office, Defra, City of London Corporation, Sport England, The Royal British Legion, OFCOM and many others over the years. \r\n\r\nSecondly, we are the optimum size for most public sector customers: big enough to handle anything you throw at us, but small enough to really care and provide the personal, in-depth, levels of service that the bigger conglomerates can struggle to deliver.  With Cedar, what you see is what you get and who you see is who you’ll be dealing with. \r\n\r\nThirdly, and following on from the second point, our watchwords are professionalism, innovation, flexibility and customer service.  They are what our business has been built on and are why we have developed and grown so successfully over the past 16 years. Our enviable track record, based on the breadth and depth of our extensive network and a consultative approach to resourcing, demonstrates clearly that we punch well above our weight in today’s competitive markets.\r\n\r\nCedar is proud to continue to support the NHS and the wider public sector. We are, naturally, excited about the possibilities and the raft of new challenges that will be coming our way. If you would like to discuss how we can help your organisation under the terms of this Framework, please contact:\r\n\r\nLouise Gapp – lg@cedarrecruitment.com\r\n

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