Industrial Automation Recruiting
Industrial automation is the use of control systems, such as computers or robots, and information technologies for handling different processes and machinery. It is the second step beyond mechanization in the scope of industrialization.
Our industry expertise allows us to understand the complexities and nuances of your business needs. Each of our recruiters focuses 100 percent of their time on a niche market, making them specialists in both the job market and the skills required to succeed within their respective industries.
What types of companies
Packaging, manufacturing, assembly, and the like can all fall under the larger industry classification of Industrial Automation. Any business that uses automated or robotic machinery to assemble, create or prepare products can be considered an Industrial Automation company.
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What job functions can you fill?
We most often work with Executives, Sales Engineers, Applications Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Account Managers, Sales Managers, Business Development Managers, Plant / Operations Managers and other similar roles. This is only a sample list; we can place any job function within the Industrial Automation space.
Benefits of Working with an
Outside Recruiting Firm
The average annual salary of a talent acquisition manager is $65,000, according to Glassdoor. And that’s just their salary expense. Bringing in a third-party recruiting firm gives you an entire team of talent acquisition managers for a fraction of the cost.
You could spend countless hours researching the market, identifying top-tier candidates, convincing them to come work for your company, screening them, interviewing them, onboarding them, etc. all on top of your routine tasks, assignments and projects, or you could let us do it.
Build a Partnership
The best recruiting firms become an extension of your in-house HR department. We understand your culture and values, are there providing feedback and recommendations throughout the process, and feel more like a partner than a transaction.