Leading technical recruitment agency Integra People has launched a new Energy Division in response to client and market demand.
The agency, which has reported a 42% year on year growth for its first quarter in 2015, has appointed recruitment specialist Chrisy Waller to head up the new division which will specialise in nuclear, power generation and renewable energy.
David Lewis, Group Managing Director at Integra People, which has offices in Warrington, Leeds and Bangor, said: “Energy projects currently account for around 60% of the UK’s total infrastructure project pipeline, which is more than £200 billion.
“The launch of our new Energy Division represents our expanding operations to meet the demands of clients for contractors and permanent candidates involved in nuclear decommissioning, new power station build contracts and renewable energy projects across the UK.”
Integra’s Energy Division will place candidates in project controls, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, projects, HSE process, construction and commissioning and quality.
Newly appointed Divisional Manager, Chrisy Waller, who has more than 14 years’ experience within the energy sector, added: “I am delighted to join Integra People to head up their new Energy Division and develop the team further. The energy market is seeing an unprecedented level of investment and we are in a strong position to provide clients with access to highly skilled and qualified candidates across the UK.”
Part of a £22 million group of companies, Integra’s other divisions include construction, engineering, IT and telecoms, defence, aerospace, automotive as well as commercial and business support.
For more information about Integra People call 0845 4747 316 or visit www.integrapeople.com.
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