We’re here to take the stress out of your job search while guiding you through its ups and downs. We take the stress, so you don’t have to by handling your search, interview arrangements, feedback, negotiations, referencing and everything else that comes with job hunting. This enables you to continue in your day to day life knowing that we have your search covered.
Thousands of candidates over the years have and continue to place huge confidence in what we do for them, with many coming back to us years later so we can continue to assist them in their career growth. They do this because we believe in uniting people that not only work together but grow together.
Getting to Know you
We’re interested in you and your career aspirations. So, we take time to listen and understand these. We want to know where you’ve been and where you’re going. The more we know – the better we can help.
Nothing is more important! We treat all your personal details with respect and we will always discuss a role with you before speaking to our clients. We take the issue of your trust in us very seriously!
ROLES YOU WON’T FIND ELSEWHERE
Our recruiters have built up strong, trusting and long-term working relationships with our clients over the years, so often we hear of vacancies before anyone else.
Unlike many of our competitors, we cover the whole of the UK and beyond. So, no matter where you might move to in the future be rest assured we’ll be able to assist you in your job search no matter where you go.
ONE CONTACT, ONE REGION, ONE SECTOR
Having region and sector-specific recruiters enables us to develop long-term relationships with you by ensuring you have a regular point of contact within GCB.
Working with us doesn’t cost you a penny! Meaning we never charge you for working with us or take a cut of your wages should we place you in a new role.
Many people are unsure of what recruitment agencies do after the first initial contact. At GCB Recruitment we have clear, defined touchpoints across the recruitment process, of which we ensure that you’re informed at every stage, empowering decision-making on your route to a successful new job.
Initial fact-finding Registration – after a CV is received, we’ll undertake your registration process to ensure we understand your needs and career aspirations.
Opportunities & Preferred Companies – Introducing you to existing roles that suit your requirements and seeking potential opportunities with clients that you may wish to specifically work for.
Client Pre-Interview – Liaising on your behalf with our clients to confirm interview schedules and locations.
Initial interviewing – We ensure you’re fully prepared for you up-and-coming interview with tips and research material.
Feedback from both parties – Providing honest feedback and exploring next steps regarding our client’s interest.
Job Offer Guidance – Delivering to full offer details, being your negotiators and completing your contracts once we’ve found you a role.
Exit Process support – Walking you through your resignation and what you might expect. Discussing your notice period and agreeing on a start date for your new role.
Make finding your next role with GCB even easier, by creating your own account here on our website. Where you’ll be able to apply for jobs with just a click of a button, save your favourite jobs for later and even keep a track of all of your applications.
Why not even save yourself some time filling in your profile by connecting your LinkedIn account, which will do it all for you.
Don't forget to create job alerts so you’re the first to be updated on the roles your really interested in!
Whether you've worked with us before or still considering allowing us to assist in your current job search, why not really get to know the people who will be responsible for helping you make your next career move.
Read their biographies or watch their individuals videos to get an insight.
You'll be able to find out interesting facts you never knew about them, what they get up to in their spare time when they're not at work, whereabouts in the UK they cover or what being your recruiter really means to them.
Know someone who's looking for a new opportunity within the property or financial services industries? Why not refer them to our services for your chance to enter yourself into a prize draw!
All you need to do is provide the following details of both yourself and your friend. On receipt, we'll contact your referred friend and your details will be entered into a draw for the opportunity to win £250 in vouchers of your choice!
Please, remember that you must gain consent before you forward on another individual's personal details on their behalf.
Should you not wish to fill out the form below, please contact one of our consultants who will happily assist you further.
*Please note that the referred individual must secure work through ourselves and stay in this employment with our client for a minimum of 12 weeks in order for you to qualify to be placed into the prize draw.
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