International Search & Selection - Naval Architecture and Propulsion Systems

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International Search & Selection - Naval Architecture and Propulsion Systems

 7th Nov 2013

International Search & Selection - Naval Architecture and Propulsion Systems

We were tasked by the UK’s largest engineering services provider to find source and hire a Systems Engineering Manager for their expanding naval marine division.

The role required the individual to have a strong track record within Submarine platform systems, including Naval Architecture and Propulsion Systems.

The talent pool of Candidates with this mix of skills and experience is very limited and currently very much in demand. Our client required this role to be filled within short time frame.

We conducted an extensive search across the UK and expanded our search internationally to provide our client with the best available candidate.  We identified the right candidate with the correct profile in Canada.  The candidate was presented to the client and subsequently offered the role, starting within the allocated time frame.





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