Gemini Forces launches enhanced recruitment services
Gemini Forces launches enhanced recruitment services for ex-service personnel
Service leavers are benefiting from an innovative recruitment service established by Gemini Resourcing called Gemini Forces. Uniquely run and staffed by ex-military personnel from all three services, Gemini Forces helps service leavers transition from HM Forces into civilian life by helping them find quality employment suited to their skills and ability.
The companys success rate enables it to actively support Forces charities by donating five per cent of its profits to help with their work. These include the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation, which provides homes and rehabilitative support to vulnerable and disabled ex-servicemen and women, including those who have been homeless.
Building on the work begun by its parent company in 2000 through successfully matching clients recruitment needs with appropriately skilled staff, Gemini Forces has evolved into one of the leading Military recruitment companies in the UK. Much more than a job posting agency, the company proactively meets the needs of its members with various groups and forums that provide different channels of advice to service leavers or those planning to leave HM Forces in the future.
The Gemini Forces team is led by managing director Harry Dean, a Royal Artillery veteran of 30-years service. He is assisted by his son Neil Dean who spent 15 years in the Army and is the firms business development manager. Dominic Hamberg (ex-Army), Jessica Pugh (ex-RAF) and Tom Davies (ex-RAF), make up the rest of the team of highly experienced consultants and managers.
Gemini Forces has a clear mission to help services leaders gain suitable permanent, contract or interim employment. We ensure that our members meet the recruitment requirements of our clients, being qualified and fully equipped to do the job. Our processes ensure a smooth transition for candidates and employers alike and we constantly seek to keep prospective employers of the benefits of employing service leavers. These are people with exceptional, transferable skills who have personal integrity and pride themselves on reliability, said Harry Dean.