Recruiter planning more jobs after relocating

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Heads Resourcing Group has moved to a new office at Hedge End
Heads Resourcing Group has moved to a new office at Hedge End

A RECRUITMENT company is planning seven jobs and a £200,000 investment after relocating.

Heads Resourcing Group is expecting to double its staff team after the move to Hedge End.

The group consists of the businesses Procurement Heads, HR Heads and Executive Heads, and says it is has enjoyed 18 months of continued success.

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The company, which was founded in 2008, will continue to retain its office presence in Winchester.

Rupert Gaster, founder and managing director of Heads Resourcing Group, said, “The new office at Burlington House in Hedge End is a great space for the team to collaborate and grow together.

“After years of working from home and in shared office space, we felt the time was right to invest in a new spiritual home that will enable us to achieve our ambitious growth plan.

“We will always continue to operate a flexible working policy, but we have created a space that the team want to come to, and the feedback so far has been overwhelmingly positive.”

Over the next six months, the company plans to hire 14 recruiters.

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It specialises in recruiting procurement, HR and executive professionals in the consumer, financial and professional services, industrial, pharmaceutical and life sciences and public sectors.

Mr Gaster added: “We have hugely ambitious growth plans over the next five years, and in order for us to achieve our purpose of delivering recruitment as a professional service, we need to grow our team of recruitment associates, recruiters and heads of practice.

“At Heads, we pride ourselves on our open, collaborative and supportive culture.

“You won’t feel like a cog in the machine, you will play a key role in helping achieve our goals and if you’d like to find out more, we would love to hear from you.”

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