SRG Recruitment Agency in Durban
SRG Recruitment Agency is here to streamline your hiring process.SRG Recruitment Agency boasts a 19-year history in the recruitment industry, backed by a professional team with over 50 years collaborative agency experience. We specialise in placing accounting and financial candidates in all sectors; however our expertise also allows for placement in the following areas: Engineering Marketing Sales Logistics Human Resources Support and Admin Staff View our Finance Vacancies and Other Vacancies Whether you’re an SME or large corporate, we have candidates to complement your workforce. We provide a comprehensive range of candidate vetting checks, including: Thorough reference checks Qualification checks Criminal checks ITC checks Providing you with peace of mind when we place a candidate in your business. SRG Recruitment is a member of APSO - the Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations. Click here to contact us
(Area): Durban (Salary): Attractive Package (Ref: MP)
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