Worldwide Wonder as New Site is Unveiled

Local recruitment specialist, MRC International, has today unveiled a brand new interactive website, to meet the changing demands of job-seekers.

The company has seen rapid growth in the last year and is opening two new offices in North Wales and Worcestershire to meet demand. “We decided to update the website because the way in which people are searching for jobs is changing” explained MRC International Director Dave Ward. “Where only a year or two ago most of our work was done over the telephone and face-to-face, we’re seeing an increasing number of people searching for their next position on the internet, and they demand sophisticated job search facilities.”

In addition to a brand new look, the site’s designer – Shrewsbury-based Stylus Design – has built in a number of added features. “MRC’s clients can use the site to fully manage all elements of their recruitment” explained Stylus Design's Director, Kevin Easom. “From viewing candidates to managing invoices, it’s a state-of-the-art communications portal.”

The company has specialist divisions dealing with both industrial and professional services placements, and is seeing an increasing number of people looking to move into the county. “I work here myself” explained Dave Ward, “so I can certainly see the appeal, but even I’ve been surprised by the number of people seeking the opportunity to move here.”

With the new website now live and the new offices opening it’s an exciting time for the business. “We have seen significant growth over the last three years, and if we continue at the current pace we’ll be opening several more new branches in the new year” concluded Dave Ward.

MRC International is a renowned recruitment solutions provider, partnering with a range of companies across the industrial and professional services sectors to assist with their employment needs. The company has a Head Office in Shrewsbury and offices across the East and West Midlands, North Wales and Cheshire, including bases in Derby, Telford, Wolverhampton, Chester and Bangor.