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Whether you’re in search of the perfect candidate for an exciting new role or you’re after the job of your dreams, Connect Appointments can help.
A long-established recruitment agency offering a wide range of temporary and permanent recruitment solutions in many sectors throughout Scotland, we pride ourselves on delivering a high level of service to our clients, with an emphasis on building and maintaining strong, valued relationships. Every day, we connect the right people with the best roles – that’s our job.
Connect’s specialist consultants deliver a bespoke recruitment experience that not only meets, but exceeds both our clients’ and candidates’ expectations.
1 Haswell Court,
Quay West Riverside
Tel: 0191 731 4800
Ground Floor, Unit 3,
Earls Gate Business Park,
Tel: 01324 464951
What sort of data do we collect?
Connect Appointments collects personal data about you to help in the recruitment process. This data consists of information including your name, address, email address and details included in your C.V.
Third Party Information
For the purposes of recruitment, we may pass data to intended employers or customers. Connect Appointments will not sell, rent or lease your personal data to third parties.
How is this data safeguarded?
The security of your data is of paramount importance to us. Access to your personal data is only provided to our staff and prospective employers or customers in order to help with the recruitment process.
If you choose to register on the website, your profile and C.V. will be stored and made accessible to recruiters, you will also be emailed regular updates. To opt out of this, please contact us.
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Cookies on this website
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