Global expansion brings 1.4m growth to OPS Group
The Aberdeen based company, with premises also in Australia and Dubai, will be driving further growth of its recruitment capabilities and enhancing current systems to increase its global reach throughout 2014.
As part of the growth of the business OPS Group has refreshed its brand identity and launched a new website to reflect its position as the market leading, global personnel and recruitment specialist for the oil and gas industry. Furthermore the development of an online client and candidate portal is underway, which will feature state of the art systems. This will be launched later in 2014.
Steve Pryor, the Group’s Managing Director, said: “We are delighted with the achievements to date, as the team work tirelessly to deliver best practice through our technical experience and enhanced systems. As we work in such a fast paced industry, we strive to be innovative and part of this is ensuring we have the most up to date systems and the best people in the business. Investment in these areas has seen continued growth year on year.”
Steve Pryor, Managing Director
OPS Group has also made a number of strategic appointments due to the growth of the business with a 50% increase in employees since 2012. Appointments include Recruitment Manager, Finance Manager and Business Development Manager, who will all be working with the leadership team to deliver continued growth and high quality standards.
The company has set a projected turnover increase of 19% with £25 million for the year ahead.
OPS Group is a mix of time-served industry specialists and experienced administrative professionals who understand the varied and complex daily challenges that are involved with working in the oil and gas industry. With over 25 years of experience OPS Group works closely with both clients and candidates to ensure that it finds the best people for the job.
The company has premises around the world, with the head office located in Aberdeen, Scotland and offices in Dubai, UAE and Perth, Australia.