We are the leading Specialist IT Recruitment House in Ireland. Our unrivalled knowledge of active candidates in the market means that Eolas Recruitment is the agency most likely to get your vacancies filled with the most suitable candidates, in the shortest space of time.
We achieve over 300 permanent job placements every year and have over 250 active Daily Rate Contractors on client placements. We provide permanent IT recruitment, contract IT recruitment and temporary IT staffing solutions.
Our candidate database is extensive and gives our clients access to 50,000 people looking for IT work in Ireland and abroad. Our Consultants ensure the database is audited on a regular basis, providing you with the top performing candidates for your position.
We receive over 120 new C.V.s each day, and each applicant is thoroughly vetted and interviewed. At Eolas, we believe a sales driven recruitment model is unethical and ineffective. Our Consultants are not pushed to fill positions to achieve a target number – they strive to place the ideal candidate for your needs and company’s requirement.
When you choose to work with the team at Eolas Recruitment, you benefit from 60 years’ combined experience; a vast network of support and advice; as well as an extensive national and international advertising scope. Your company will have the full knowledge and expertise of a dedicated IT Consultant that will aim to know your business as well as you do.
All of our Consultants have IT and recruitment backgrounds, ensuring they fully understand the technical scope of your vacancy. This enables them to find the right candidate for your business, combining the perfect skills, extensive experience in the relevant field and the right attitude for your company.
20 Aug 2019
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30 Jul 2019
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