CIBSE NW & YEN NW Committee Volunteer | Building Services Recruiter | Director at Fluid Recruitment LtdOther
I'm a Director and divisional leader for award winning recruitment company, Fluid Recruitment Ltd. I am part of the team that successfully reached the final of Recruitment Entrepreneur of the Year, and won The Talk of Manchester Awards Best Recruitment Company. I'm an ambitious individual who strives for the best results, which shows with my appointment as Shareholding Director at the age of 27.
I also volunteer for the CIBSE NW & YEN NW Committee, helping them promote technical and social events via Social Media & Marketing
I set up from scratch and continue to lead Fluid's Engineering division in 2013, which has grown steadily to work with some of the UK's top ranked Engineering Consultancies
Common roles include Mechanical Design Engineer, Electrical Design Engineer, BREEAM Assessor, Revit/AutoCAD Technicians, Thermal Modelling, Lighting Design Engineer, BIM Co-ordinator, Structural Engineer, Geo-Technical Engineers, Civil Engineers (Bridges, Roads & Drainage), Project Managers and many more
In addition to my recruitment career, I was a undertaking a BEng Engineering Design through the OU, but had to defer the course for the time being due to work commitments. I am also a proficient user of 2D AutoCAD & Lantek drawing software.
* Team member that achieved Best Recruitment Company Award Winners & Finalists in Recruitment Entrepreneur of the Year
* Particular specialism in Building Services Design Recruitment & broad knowledge of Civil / Structural Design
For more info on how I can help your business or progress your career further, please get in touch
Email me - [email protected]
Follow me on twitter - @SeanFluidRec
Follow CIBSE NW on twitter - @CIBSENW
Website - www.fluidrecruitment.co.uk
Follow Fluid on twitter - @fluidrec
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