New jobs at property firm
ST IVES-based property services group movewithus is set to increase its staff by up to 60 per cent in a recruitment drive this week. The move has been prompted by the massive growth of the movewithus network and the introduction of Home Information Packs,
ST IVES-based property services group movewithus is set to increase its staff by up to 60 per cent in a recruitment drive this week.
The move has been prompted by the massive growth of the movewithus network and the introduction of Home Information Packs, the company says.
movewithus, which ranked in the top 20 of The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 - an annual survey ranking the UK's top one hundred unquoted companies with the fastest-growing sales - has an annualised growth of 66 per cent.
Director Robin King said: "We have enjoyed a period of dramatic growth and we are looking for enthusiastic people to join our team. This is a very exciting time for the property industry and a period of significant change. This evening is an excellent opportunity for people to come and talk to movewithus about the opportunities and find out about how they can thrive in this industry."
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INFORMATION: The open evening will take place at the Clare Hall offices, off the St Ives ring road, on Thursday from 6.30pm. Details at www.movewithus.co.uk/ recruitment or from Terri Saywell on 0870 450 3967.
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