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Welcome to Archer Resourcing, specialists in Criminal Justice, Nursing, Substance Misuse and Social Care Recruitment.
“I have had an excellent experience with Jamie Gregory from Archer Resourcing as my recruitment team leader. He is very professional, friendly and supportive and made the process of obtaining a new role as smooth as possible. Great communication throughout, nothing was ever a problem and he ensured I was kept updated with everything. I continue to be very appreciative of all the work he has done and would highly recommend Jamie and the Agency to anyone in the future.”
"I have had an excellent experience with Harvey Stainton from Archer Resourcing as my recruitment consultant. He worked extremely hard to secure my contract and went above and beyond in doing so. He is professional, friendly and supportive and made the process of obtaining a new role as smooth as possible. Great communication throughout and he ensured I was kept updated with all developments. I continue to be very appreciative of all the work he has done and would highly recommend."
“Just when I thought I was out of luck during these difficult times, I was made redundant and struggling to find work bang in the middle of a pandemic. Joe Higgins got me an interview and full time work instantly, I can not thank him enough for his support, speedy response and proffesionalism. Legend!”
“Natalie Thompson is not just a great recruitment consultant,she's the best at what she does. She's a good listener and provides the best service. When I was trying to move up north,she took up the whole process and after I got the job,she kept on checking back to see how I was doing on the job. I have not met a better recruitment consultant. She is one of a kind.”
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