We work on a retained basis for agencies within the Live Events and Experiential Marketing sectors.
This means you are working with experts who have been trusted to find the best fit for a business and not bums on seats.
You are more than words on a piece of paper.
Recruitment agencies have a reputation of not looking after candidates unless they need you, and to be honest, it’s justified as 80% of them see you as a fee rather than a person.
We’re not going to try and change your opinion of an antiquated sector, we just hope you feel the difference after you’ve experienced Fitability® for yourself.
This won’t happen if you haven’t felt respected and treated as an individual, so to put your mind at rest, why not read what some of your peers have to say.
If you can’t find something below or are just having a nose around, be assured that as we work exclusively on director, senior leadership C-suite and board-level roles, we’re always interested to hear from people who might not be looking now, but want to be kept up to date on any future opportunities, so drop us a line and we’ll keep you in the loop.
If you haven’t received a response within 48 working hours of your application, we’ve screwed up somewhere, so please feel free to get in touch and metaphorically stick a boot up our ass.
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The first part of looking for your right career is taking the step of speaking to a specialist.
We work under strict confidentiality agreements of which we’ll ask you to agree to and we guarantee never to send your details to a client without your written consent.
We look forward to working with you.
About YOU Search & Select
With more than 16 years’ experience in the recruitment and events sector, we’re ideally placed to help people find the right role for them and their career.
We understand looking for a new role isn’t about words on a piece of paper, it’s personal and as such needs a personal touch.
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