Engineering recruiter places 700 engineering jobs at MTC

MTC HR director Vicki Sanderson with Consilium director Adrian Elwell at the MTC
MTC HR director Vicki Sanderson with Consilium director Adrian Elwell at the MTC

A leading manufacturing and engineering recruitment consultancy has placed more than 700 skilled engineers with one of the UK’s major manufacturing bodies in a partnership lasting 10 years.

Stratford-upon-Avon based Consilium Recruit was appointed by the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in 2011. Since then Consilium has partnered the MTC in its drive for growth, recruiting more than 700 highly-skilled and talented engineers and technicians for its world-class facility in Coventry plus satellite operations in Oxfordshire and Liverpool.

Now Consilium is continuing its high level recruitment campaign for the MTC, boasting a division dedicated to scouring the UK and overseas for the best talent including highly skilled engineers, managers and advanced manufacturing technicians.

Many of the company's efforts are focussed on the most up-to-date engineering skills including robotics, artificial intelligence, data science, design for assembly and advanced manufacturing project management.

Consilium director Adrian Elwell said the company had achieved consistently successful outcomes and recruited some of the most skilled people in the sector.

“The MTC has had a highly demanding growth schedule which has required us to fill some of the most challenging positions. We have recruited a wide spread of engineering talent with the advanced skill-sets required for the engineering and manufacturing technologies of tomorrow,” he said.

"We are also recruiting engineers for other manufacturing organisations in the UK, to fill the jobs of the future. Many of these are associated with advanced technology, materials, and engineering processes across a range of industry sectors including aerospace, automotive, marine, construction and low carbon technology.

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