Gi Group UK has opened a new office in Bristol as the focal point of its South West operations.

The new office – located at 1 Buckingham Court, Beaufort Park in the Bradley Stoke area of the city – will see Gi Group UK recruit for several internal positions on site as well a significant number of roles for job seekers across the region.

The opening follows a series of new contract wins for Gi Group UK from South West companies and other national firms with a South West presence.

Gi Group UK is currently recruiting heavily for temporary opportunities on behalf of one of those new clients – Royal Mail – with many Sorting roles now available along with a large number Food Production vacancies with other clients. It is also looking to build its links with potential clients in Bristol and the South West and with candidates looking for permanent or temporary work.

Gi Group UK Chief Executive, Bev White said: “We are excited to be back in the heart of Bristol through the opening our new offices and by adding to our talented Gi team. It is an influential and energetic city which is home to iconic businesses that are creating growth and bringing career opportunities to the people of Bristol and surrounding areas.

“For Gi Group UK this is a key location for us and we look forward to growing alongside our clients, providing our expertise in finding the right candidates and talent to support their recruitment needs. Equally important to us is the chance to support more and more job seekers with the skills and opportunities to get in to work.”

Headed up by Regional Operations Manager Sally Charlton, Branch Manager Gareth Bryant and Senior Recruitment Consultant Emily Whitfield, Gi Group Bristol’s specialist recruitment consultants can offer candidates careers and employability advice along with a range of live temporary and permanent employment opportunities in the region.

Gi Group UK provides recruitment, staffing and workforce management services to local and national clients of all sizes, placing an average of 20,000 temporary and permanent staff into work nationwide each week across all market sectors.

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