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Nicoll Curtin recruitment grows its European Division

Nicoll Curtin recruitment grows its European Division

Nicoll Curtin, the IT recruitment agency, has grown its European Division in response to strong demand for skilled professionals to fill a range of IT jobs for clients throughout the region, in particular its core market, Switzerland.

Since the company incorporated in Switzerland and received its Cantonal and Federal licences, Nicoll Curtin’s European Division has focused on growing both new and existing business channels.  Traditionally strong in the IT contract jobs arena, the company is now expanding into recruiting for permanent roles in its core investment banking and financial services sectors, predominantly for IT jobs in Zurichand Geneva.

The company has also brought on board a number of new clients in the Commercial sector, with a focus on the pharmaceutical industry new clients include Novartis, Tecan and Swisscom.

To ensure the team is able to fully service the requirements of these new clients, Nicoll Curtin has taken on two additional bilingual recruiters.  Fahad Ansari, Head of the European Division, said:-

& lsquo;Despite the economic situation, our experience is that demand is still strong in Europe, and particularly in Switzerland, for skilled technologists across banking, financial services and other private sector industries.  We are working on a wide range of roles across the IT spectrum, including development jobs, business analyst jobs, infrastructure jobs and project management roles at all levels.  This is the first phase in our growth strategy, and we will be making further additions to the team as we continue to grow both our permanent and Commercial offerings.’

Established in 1999, Nicoll Curtin recruitment specialises in sourcing high calibre candidates for IT contract jobs and permanent IT roles in the banking, financial services and commercial sectors.  The company’s clients include a range of market leading global organisations in the UK, Europe and Singapore. 

The European Division operates in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, France, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium.


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