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HAYS PARTNERS WITH PUBLIC BODY TO FILL 250 NEW JOBS IN LEEDS

HAYS PARTNERS WITH PUBLIC BODY TO FILL 250 NEW JOBS IN LEEDS
 
The Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission (CMEC), a new non-departmental public body established to take responsibility for the child maintenance system in Great Britain, has created 250 new roles in Leeds. The CMEC is partnering with local recruitment company, Hays Accountancy & Finance, to fill the 250 administrative and professional roles across a variety of disciplines, including: information technology human resources financial management and office support.
 
CMEC, whose headquarters are now based in Leeds, is responsible for promoting financial responsibility for children and providing the new Child Maintenance Options information and support service for separated parents.
 
Steve Morris, Director at Hays says: This is excellent news for the local region the openings are providing opportunities for a number of professionals in Leeds which is a great boost for the City in the current downturn. Hays is working closely with CMEC to meet their recruitment needs. These professionals undertake a specialist job and it helps that we understand the market, have a comprehensive knowledge of the employer and know how to track down the best people for the roles.

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