Search Consultancy has signed a Tier 2 deal to become an Official Supporter, providing Official Recruitment Services for the Glasgow 2014
Commonwealth Games. We’ll be responsible for attracting and recruiting over 1,000 people from now until the Opening Ceremony on 23rd July 2014. Glasgow 2014’s workforce will be central to the success of the Games and will comprise a vast number of roles across a range of sectors, from technical sporting roles to corporate positions to event management.
With jobs advertised locally, including here on s1jobs, and via the Glasgow 2014 website, the search for dedicated, skilled and talented individuals to make up the Games workforce has begun.
Glasgow 2014 Chief Executive David Grevemberg said on the day of the announcement:
“I am delighted to announce that Search has officially become part of our Glasgow 2014 Family to recruit over 1,000 jobs for the Organising Committee.
“Search’s ethos is founded on finding the best of Scottish talent across a range of sectors, and as we will be recruiting so many people in a short period of time we need that all-important local knowledge to deliver the skilled workforce to stage an outstanding Games in three years’ time.
“It goes without saying that Search will help us deliver a huge economic boost to Glasgow and Scotland in recruiting these jobs, and leave a lasting and positive legacy for the Scottish workforce.”
Simone Lockhart, Managing Director of Search Consultancy in Scotland said:
“This marks the start of the search for enthusiastic, talented and skilled people to come and work for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. We’re delighted to be providing the official recruitment services and are committed to finding the very best people to deliver an exceptional Games for the city of Glasgow.”
“Each and every one of the roles we’re recruiting for will provide someone with a unique opportunity to be part of an exciting once-in-a-lifetime event. As a company established in Glasgow, we’re proud to be associated with something of this scale which will undoubtedly make history for the city and its people.”