WelcomeEstablished in 2006, Blake Myddleton has built a reputation on its foundation of “adding value through people”. Through our consultative approach and understanding of our core sectors, markets and people, Blake Myddleton offers a true value added service.
Blake Myddleton provides permanent, temporary, interim and contract recruitment services in the following specialist areas:-
- Accountancy & Finance
- Business Support Services
- HR & Training
- Procurement & Supply Chain
Blake Myddleton represents clients and candidates across a number of industry sectors including Civil Engineering, Manufacturing, Utilities, Food, Power & Nuclear, Planning & infrastructure, Public Sector, Medical & Pharmaceuticals, Building & Construction, Oil & Gas, Retail; from SME's to corporate blue chips to emerging growth companies and the Top 100.
The Blake Myddleton ethos is to provide a bespoke service that adds value to our clients & candidates. Through truly integrating with our client’s businesses and understanding our candidates career aspirations, we adopt a true consultative approach.
Professionalism & Integrity
Blake Myddleton believes in operating with professionalism and integrity. Our approach is to foster a true partnership approach with our candidates & clients. For candidates we offer full support throughout the recruitment process including CV acknowledgement, briefing, preparation, interview guidance and comprehensive feedback. For our clients we offer a consultative, honest, open book approach that delivers results.
Blake Myddleton believes in acting as an “expert” to its candidates & clients. Through truly understanding our core specialist sectors, Blake Myddleton can add value through people. By matching the right candidate, with the right client, we deliver results.
Blake Myddleton aims to consistently innovate its service offering. We believe innovation will add value to our client’s businesses and to our candidate’s careers. Whether we are offering new technology solutions, up to the minute salary surveys, job shadowing, e-timesheets, e-invoicing, managed service proposals or cost saving initiatives, we aim to truly innovate.
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