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AustCorp Executive Recruitmenthttp://www.austcorpexecutive.com.au/ 1300 574 575
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AustCorp Executive Recruitment was established in 1996 with the aim to become a recruitment company that would service its clients, not sell to them; a company that relied on integrity and an ethical approach to succeed; a company that was enthused about its work; and above all, a company that was dedicated to getting the right result for its clients, no matter what it took.
Today that company is AustCorp Executive, a specialist recruitment consultancy with offices in Sydney, Perth, Singapore & London. AustCorp’s core specialism is the recruitment of senior leadership and executive management, technical and business development professionals in the following markets:
We believe that an AustCorp recruiter who can make insightful decisions about people is a company’s best source of competitive advantage. This is why AustCorp Executive only works with a preferred client base whose businesses are growing, and who need a committed partner to provide a consistent stream of top-quality candidates.
Our team focuses on placing construction professionals across civil, building construction as well as specialist streams such as building products, facilities management and maintenance providers.
Whether you need an operations manager to oversee a portfolio of construction projects, a specialist commercial property manager or a leading sales specialist in building products we can find the best person for the job.
Why? Because we know this sector better than anyone else.
With issues such as global warming and resource depletion making headlines and the subject of vigorous political debate, many Australian companies are realising that they need to start turning shade of green.
Consequently, businesses country-wide are increasingly looking to demonstrate their commitment to a sustainable way of doing business.
They need the people to help them change their operating methods to achieve this, but where are they?
At AustCorp Executive Contracting we understand that your business has fluctuating resource requirements and that when you have a demand for an executive contractor you want the highest quality candidates, delivered quickly and without fuss.
AustCorp Executive Contracting concentrates on senior contract roles on demand at AUS$165,000 + for 3 – 6 & 12 month + contract periods.
We also know that when you have an interim personnel requirement you want us to have done the legwork for you. That’s why candidates represented by AustCorp Executive Contracting will already have been reference-checked.
We understand what titles like Front End Developer and Systems Architect really mean and what these people actually do.
We know what makes an excellent software sales specialist, and we know the difference between Creative Directors and Brand Managers.
We are a specialist team dedicated to finding the best possible candidates for I.T. vendors, I.T. resellers and Digital Media companies.
The modern manufacturing industry is highly specialised, which is why we have a specialised team dedicated solely to finding and placing professionals in this field.
Our team has a detailed day-to-day knowledge of the companies, their culture and their objectives. We have an excellent National network which reaches throughout each state, as well as a strong International network with coverage throughout EMEA.
When we are briefed on a role we are able to use our intimate understanding of the sector alongside our extensive network of candidates to provide a high calibre shortlist in line with your needs and expectations.
With the Australian mining industry going from strength to strength we see the value in finding the right individuals to support the exploration, development, mining production, ore processing and construction of the associated infrastructure through to mine shut down and rehabilitation.
Being able to effectively attract and evaluate the right professionals across the core mining areas as well as environmental, governance and safety, we provide our clients with the talent to ensure their success.
This integrated coverage across the mining industry supports organisations through mine development and production, for underground or open-pit
The Oil and Gas industry has a lifecycle unlike any other, and our experience across various international markets in exploration, development, construction and operations supports our effectiveness.
Finding the right professionals for this diverse and complex industry requires coverage in developing and mature hubs in the international market.
The importance of the services sector to the economy has expanded rapidly over recent years, offsetting the decline in other sectors such as non food & beverage manufacturing. Today, more than three out of every four Australian workers are employed in a service industry.
The Professional, Scientific and Technical Services industry has also displayed strong employment growth, assisted by higher levels of business investment in technology, as well as the outsourcing of industry services, particularly those associated with Architectural, Legal and Accounting services.
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services employs 847 500 workers. Over the five years to November 2010, employment rose by 136 100 (or 19.1%). Both major subdivisions within this industry experienced strong growth. Employment is expected to grow by 149 800 (or 17.7%) over the next five years, with the majority of new jobs expected in the Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services and Legal and Accounting Services sectors.
Utilities make up the infrastructure used to deliver basic services to the public, such as water, gas, sewerage and electricity.
Currently the Australian populations sits at 22million however this is expected to grow to somewhere between 30 and 42million over the next 40 years further increased the demand for energy and water.
The Utility industry employees approximately 153’000 people, an increase of 46% over the last 5 years and is expected to grow by a further 21% by 2015 which is the 3rd largest percentage increase of all industries in Australia.