Posted on 24th November, 2017

Central Employment’s Commercial Team Enjoy National Client Success

It’s been one the most successful last few months for the Commercial team as not only have we placed candidates into some key roles with clients, we’ve also forged partnerships with some regional heavyweights and UK brand leaders within their respected industries. And the bandwagon continues, with Central Employment signing a PSL with a recognised name in the Technology / Property industry, supplying specialist staff in Marketing, Digital, Product, Creative and Client Services.  We’ve also engaged with a leading and award-winning consumer led organisation who are real market leaders in the Travel, Leisure and Tourism sectors.  They have approached Central Employment as a dedicated partner of choice, due to rapid growth and expansion within their Marketing, Brand, Communications and Digital teams.

Current roles with these impressive clients include:

  • Client Services Coordinator
  • Technical Support Coordiantor
  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Assisant Brand Manager
  • Marketing Services Coordinator
  • Email Marketing Campaign Executive

If you are looking to work with an award-winning, independent who’s USP is based on service and client retention, please contact Greg Phipps, Commercial Manager on 0191 2324816 / 07889821667 /

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