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The recruitment industry in Cheltenham is a thriving and competitive industry, with lots of business competing for the local skills and talent, with unemployment much lower than the national average, at 3.1%. With many recruitment agencies in Cheltenham, you would have thought that it was easy to walk in to any of them and secure your next move quickly. This is not the case however; as many recruitment agencies will not take the time to ensure that your next move is the best one for you and will just send your CV to many different companies without taking the time to find the right position for you. Brite Recruitment, on the other hand, offer a careful interview and screening process so that you only get matched to the right job for you!
Cheltenham has a very diverse and modern economy with some leading blue chip companies operating from here, so there are lots of opportunities here across sectors such as IT, Hospitality, Financial Services, Call Centres, Sales, Technology and Telecoms. It is therefore, important, with lots of competition, to find the recruitment agency that will match you to the right job. Brite Recruitment is just that agency and you can also view some of our latest jobs and careers in Cheltenham.
The iconic “doughnut” shape building, the Government's electronic surveillance operation Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), is located in Cheltenham. Other prominent employers include Archant, Epwin Group, SuperGroup PLC, Vertex Data Science, Endsleigh Insurance, Nelson Thornes, Vertex Group, Kohler Mira, Kier Construction, Spirax-Sarco Engineering and Zurich Financial Services all have sites in and around Cheltenham.
Cheltenham is also conveniently situated less than 100 miles from London and provides easy access from all parts of the UK. It is also an ideal base for touring into the Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon and Bath.
Cheltenham itself takes its name from the River Chelt and the town was awarded a market charter in 1226. Cheltenham has been a health and holiday spa town resort since the discovery of mineral springs there in 1716. The visit of George III with the queen and royal princesses in 1788 made the town very fashionable as a health spa and Horse racing began in Cheltenham in 1815. Cheltenham was then specifically designed in the 18th and 19th centuries as a health resort for wealthy visitors, the legacy of which is a fantastic range of quality accommodation, restaurants and entertainment in an elegant Regency spa town.
With such a diverse economy, and with so many opportunities, it is so important to find the best role that suits your skills and offers the best career path for you. Brite Recruitment are a caring and detailed recruitment agency, offering you only carefully selected positions where we know you will thrive. Register your CV now.