Since 1987, SEC Technology has been providing a specialist recruitment service to European businesses within the information technology skill set. Using over 25 years’ expertise and sector knowledge, we pride ourselves on pro-actively matching niche professionals with hard-to-fill positions within ERP, CRM, IT Infrastructure, Software Development and Project Management.
We provide a consultative service dedicated to getting to know all about candidates and clients alike. We pride ourselves on a responsive approach, catering for the individual needs of every client and advising and preparing candidates in line with the continual changes of the marketplace.
We pride ourselves on building long-term relationships that benefit clients and candidates alike. For clients, we combine industry knowledge with an understanding of your company culture to deliver the very best qualified candidates who are also the right fit for your organisation. And for candidates, our consultative approach means we can proactively advise you on choices for your next role and we will stay in contact post-placement. We strive to ensure that SEC Technology becomes your consultancy of choice when planning your next career move or sourcing a new contract role.
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UK Jobless Rate Shows Surprise IncreaseFebruary 20, 2014 - According to Reuters, Britain’s jobless rate edged up unexpectedly for the first time in nearly a year, just a week after its previously rapid fall had forced the Bank of England to stress that it was in no rush to raise interest rates. Last week the Bank demoted the unemployment rate from its central role
Rise in Pharma/Life Sciences M&A Activity ContinuesFebruary 12, 2014 - According to recent PricewaterhouseCoopers forecasts, the rise in the number of mergers and acquisitions within the pharmaceutical and life sciences (PLS) sector which was seen in the fourth quarter of 2013, is set to continue into 2014. PWC, the multinational professional services firm predicts that the rise in M&A, mostly driven by growth in key markets and macroeconomic stability