Join our family
We may be one of the largest independently owned recruiters in the industry but we have every intention of getting even bigger.
To do that, we will need the best consultants and professionals that money can buy - could that be you?
We are always on the lookout for new talent and regularly have vacancies available to come and join the Pertemps family.
That could be in our head office at the picturesque Meriden Hall or in one of our many branches up and down the country.
Add to that desirable salaries and benefits, an award-winning share incentive scheme, comprehensive training and a caring and loving atmosphere and you can see why so many people choose to spend their careers with Pertemps.
Oh, we almost forgot...we've also been named by The Sunday Times as one of the Best 100 Companies to Work For ten years running. So we must be doing something right!
Contact us today to find out how you can come and work for Pertemps.
Leaders in diversity and excellence
As a responsible recruiter, we are driving the equality, diversity and inclusion agenda within our business and when working with our clients. Putting it simply, we believe that diverse and inclusive workplaces are paramount to a sustainable employment market.
Pertemps is working tirelessly with our partners, which include Race for Opportunity, to ensure that neither we or our clients are excluding potentially important talent.
This is not just lip service either: our senior managers take responsibility for this mission, having personally led initiatives such as mentoring circles in communities for several years.
It has not gone unnoticed either. In recent times the business has been named as one of the top ten private businesses for its commitment to race and equality (Race for Opportunity) and, in 2016, senior manager Patti Sidhu was officially recognised for her commitment to increasing Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) representation in the workplace. You can watch her story below...
Your community is our community
Sure, we’re a business but it’s not all about chasing the coin around these parts. Back in the Second City in 1961, when we first formed, the mission was to support local communities in finding work and, in turn, improve their prosperity.
Clearly, that mission succeeded, allowing us to go on and repeat that commitment across the country.
We still follow the same path these days (local people run and work in our branches and help local people find local jobs) it’s just nowadays, we do so much more…
Our teams collect money for charitable causes on a weekly basis (our total donations go into hundreds of thousands annually), raise awareness of deserving causes and help young people learn skills, knowledge and training via paid-for internships and apprenticeships.
We develop programmes for the long-term unemployed, identify and remove barriers that may be preventing people from entering or returning to work and work closely with our clients to encourage social inclusion initiatives.
In short, we care about people. And in these challenging times, that’s something we hope brings you some peace of mind.