Did you know you can find HRS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube?
 
 
We use our Twitter account to promote our company as well as a way to interact with our followers on a daily basis. In the space of one year our number of followers has grown to over 8, 500 that's pretty impressive right? So why should you follow us? We post new jobs to Twitter everyday and regularly tweet useful tips and advice on the recruitment process itself –including everything from CVs to the interview itself!
 
What’s more, we like to keep our loyal followers engaged in the world of science, so we make sure we post a science fact every morning! As if that wasn’t enough, every Friday we run a weekly prize draw, whereby one lucky follower has the chance to win a science / technology themed prize! Whilst we are on the subject of prizes, to mark our one year anniversary, we are running a month-long competition, where one lucky follower will win the new BlackBerry Q10! To read the full Terms and Conditions and details on how to enter, click here
 
 
Along with our Twitter content, all of our blogs are posted to our company Facebook page. Our weekly blogs will keep you up-to-date with our latest company developments as well as with what’s happening in the science and technology markets. Our Facebook page is a great way for you interact and communicate with us and get in touch. Don't forget - if you enter our prize draws, remeber to ‘like’ our Facebook page as well as follow us on Twitter. So make sure you visit our Facebook page regularly and keep an eye out for those instructions on how to enter our competitions!
 
 
Did you know? YouTube has now become the second largest search engine after Google, but what does that mean? It means that people are going to YouTube not only to find answers to their problems but to see them! Instead of reading the information, most of us would much rather watch it. So with this in mind, we recently launched our very own YouTube channel to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments within our company. What’s more, this site will eventually provide useful videos to help you successfully secure a new job within the science and technology fields. These videos will include, working with recruitment agencies, how to write a CV, preparing for a job interview and much more, so watch this space! We’ve just uploaded a new video so check it out! We want you to get to know the people behind the team! Here at HRS we are always happy to help you, so why not get in touch at least you will know who you are talking to!
 
 
Why do we have a Google Plus business profile? Well it’s owned and operated by Google of course! Most of us use Google for everything these days, so by having a Google Plus account, we are increasing our numbers of highly targeted visitors from Google’s very own search results! Similar to Facebook’s ‘like’, Google has “+1 votes”. The more +1’s your pages and posts gets, the better. So, why not check out our profile and give us your vote! We regularly post content on our Google Plus account. Every article we share creates a link back to our website. We not only share content, but re-share content to our community. It’s a great way for us to be involved with our circles and increases the chances of our content being shared withitn our circle of influence. You can find out more about me and HRS in the About section on our profile page on our Google+ profile page.
 
 
With over 120 million users worldwide, LinkedIn is not merely a social network aimed for business users, it’s an online network of influential people all over the world. Moreover, LinkedIn essentially brings business people together in a new and unique way. Our Linkedin profile has certainly helped us to build a network of useful contacts. Similarly to our other social media accounts, we regularly post content to keep our followers up to date with the latest news - not just from within our company but the science and technology markets. So why not connect with us through Linkedin, find out what we’re talking about and join the discussion!

 

Using a recruitment agency can be a useful tool when searching for a job. Whether this is permanent, contract or temporary employment, a recruitment agency has access to a broad selection of opportunities. Sometimes agencies even have exclusive access to jobs that may not be directly advertised elsewhere.   

Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) has a wealth of recruitment expertise, specifically related to roles in the science and technology sectors. Moreover, we go above and beyond simply offering jobs. We are happy to offer you advice and tips on how to improve your CV, covering letter and application form. What’s more, we will prepare you for your interview, give you advice on what to expect, along with sharing information on the history and culture of the organisation. 

We don’t expect you to know everything about recruitment, that’s why we are the experts! No question is too small and we are more than happy to help you at no extra cost, so please speak to one of our friendly consultants to find out if we can help.

For more useful advice and information on how to work with recruitment agencies, please visit our Advice on Recruitment Agencies section by clicking on the icon below.

 

Hyper Recruitment Solutions are proud to announce the new HRS Jobs App!

Searching for a new job can be a tiring and lengthy process, that's where we can help! We have a wealth of recruitment expertise, particularly in relation to jobs in the science and technology sectors. With a range of positions from the laboratory to the office, from graduate to CEO levels, we can assist in finding the right job for you.

The app has been specifically designed to help you identify the current jobs in the market place. The vacancy filter feature enables you to search for suitable roles baed on your sector, location, skills and salary. In addition, gain access to useful CV tips and advice and find out what to expect at an interview and most importantly, how to prepare for it.

If you're searching for science jobs, or just looking for a recruitment company that can assist you in locating a job in the science industry, then you've come to the right place. So if you're considering your career options, or just thinking about the future, why not take a look at the latest jobs, download the HRS Jobs App - it's FREE what's more, you can do all this whilst on the move! 

We recommend you download your CV on to your smart phone or device to enable you to apply for suitable positions, even quicker!

Hyper Recruitment Solutions is pleased to announce the agreement of a 12 month contract with idibu who will provide ad-distribution and tracking software via their Native360 plug-in to RDB ProNet. The recently launched plug-in is unique in the market, using RDB .net library files to provide full idibu functionality inside a RDB environment.

Use of this tool means Hyper can now cut out huge amount of admin time spent on posting job advertisements online to all our job boards and social network. Extra candidate management tools within the plug-in means we can track all incoming applicants as well as previewing CV’s and quickly creating candidate records.

Managing Director, Ricky Martin said, “When sourcing our online partner in this area it was important that we found a company that would be agile, flexible and able to listen to and react to our needs as a business as we develop. Like anyone looking to incorporate new software, we had initial concerns but the fact there was no extra training involved and we didn’t have to leave the environment of RDB meant it was as easy a rollout as we could have hoped for. We’ve been really pleased with the plug-in which saves us a huge amount of time, and the service from idibu has been first class.”

http://www.idibu.com/

Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) celebrated their official launch this week at Burlington House, the prestigious headquarters of the Royal Society of Chemistry, in London’s Piccadilly. This exclusive event saw Ricky Martin introduce HRS to guests from a multitude of companies across the Life Science and Technology industries. During the evening, Ricky was inducted as a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, which included the MD of Burlington House officially presenting Ricky with his certificate of membership in front of the audience. This further solidifies the relationship that Ricky and the HRS team have with the Science industry.
 
Guests were present from the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, FMCG and CRO sectors to be there for an evening which aimed at demonstrating the vision of HRS to become a major player within the Science and Technology recruitment industry. The ambience at the Royal Society of Chemistry offered guests a Science based feel throughout the night, which included food and drink served from test tubes and pipettes.
 
As part of the event, Lord Alan Sugar took to the stage to answer questions from senior figures within the Life Science industry. Questions were focused around business and Lord Sugar’s career.
 
Following the event Ricky Martin provided a comment on his thoughts for the evening and the future of HRS: 
“Firstly I would like to thank everybody who attending the launch evening and all suppliers who helped me to make it a reality. The evening I feel was a great success as it brought together key individuals from the Science & Life Science communities to share ideas and thoughts. I am incredibly passionate about science and raising the standards in recruitment so to share this message with everybody was a real blessing. I look forward to the future of HRS and again I would like to thank everybody who made the company a reality”

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