In response to increased demand for its recruitment services, Spencer Clarke Group, a multi sector recruitment agency based in Preston have announced a series of initiatives designed to provide the additional capacity required for its anticipated business growth over the longer term.
The expansion plans include a brand new and fully modern office at Bartle Court Business Centre in Swillbrook, a revamped website and a recruitment drive to attract new talent.
Founded in 2017 and operating nationwide, Spencer Clarke Group has experienced rapid growth and now counts some of the UK’s leading local authorities, housing associations, NHS Trusts and private sector organisations as customers.
The new office space, 50% bigger than the existing office footprint, boasts 2 plush meeting pods complete with ‘On Air’ signs, a presentation stage and a state of the art and fully interactive 86” TV.
During break periods, the teams now have a choice between a casual snack in the trendy breakfast bar area, a quieter lunch in a separate kitchen, or frequenting the existing break out room which consists of casual sofas, a games area and a pool table!
"The decision to expand the office space was a logical step in our business and growth strategy,” said Mike Shorrock, Managing Director of Spencer Clarke Group.
With a bigger office space, Spencer Clarke Group are now recruiting for a number of internal vacancies including Recruitment Consultants and support staff.
To coincide with the launch of the new office space, the website has been revamped with the aim of connecting candidates to relevant career opportunities in the quickest and easiest way possible.
Candidates and clients will also benefit from a range of helpful online resources in a new Knowledge Centre, including advice on navigating new working environments as we progress out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shorrock continued, “By sharing our cutting edge expertise through an insightful knowledge centre, it solidifies our mission to provide a world class service which truly sets us apart from other recruitment agencies.”