Business Growth Creates 37 New Jobs in Maidstone

Phenomenal growth at an award winning online recruitment firm has led to the opening of its second office, which is set to create 37 new jobs this month. 

RecruitmentGenius.com, with its headquarters based in Sevenoaks, will be turning the tables and recruiting for itself, when it opens its new offices in Maidstone on November 7. 

This new development will help boost the local economy and will be a welcome arrival for residents who have found themselves out of work during difficult times. 

Geoff Newman, Chief Executive of RecruitmentGenius.com said: “This is great news, not just for our customers, who will receive a better service, but more importantly for job-seekers. Our business has made recruitment affordable, therefore helping thousands of people find employment. 

“2011 has been a fantastic year, seeing great business confidence, significant growth and many acquisitions. This has culminated in us consolidating our existing position with a new office in Maidstone, which we also hope will be a stepping-stone for further growth,” added Mr Newman.

The company had looked at a number of areas to locate, including Surrey, Essex, London and Kent, but settled on Maidstone due its excellent transport links and large talent pool.

With its innovative business model, RecruitmentGenius.com has transformed the recruitment industry, enabling businesses to fill any job vacancy for just £199, leading to the firm placing an incredible 38,000 candidates into firms within its first year in business.

The unique concept for RecruitmenGenius.com’s model was derived as a direct answer to the challenges the recruitment industry was facing as a result of the recession.

To date, RecruitmentGenius.com has filled vacancies throughout the UK, Northern Ireland, Australia, America, Canada and Denmark, across an enormous range of sectors and at all levels of seniority.

ENDS

For media enquiries, please contact Geoff Newman: 

Tel: 07927 464469

Email: geoff@recruitmentgenius.com

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