Hunter Selection
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About the company

  • CEO
    Russell Smith
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    £730k to £4m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
  • Headquarters
    Bristol
  • Link
    Hunter Selection website

Welcome to Hunter Selection

We are the UK’s leading specialist recruitment service. We find exceptional candidates for employers with specific requirements across Engineering, Manufacturing, Service and Technology sectors

Hunter Selection is the UK’s leading recruitment service for Engineering, Manufacturing, Service and Technology.

We pride ourselves on our national reach and local focus. Our team of first-class recruitment specialists are spread over four regional offices giving us a local depth-of-knowledge that’s the envy of our rivals.

Russell Smith and Nick Stovold started Hunter Selection from the humble surroundings of a small loft office with one phone line – taking it in turns to make phone calls! Russell was an experienced Managing Director of a nationwide recruitment and training organisation, keen to build a business with all the values and beliefs that had made him successful. And Nick was looking for his next competitive challenge following his successes as a cricketer.

The marketplace responded positively to our professional and open approach and we quickly outgrew the loft and moved to the magnificent surroundings of Leigh Court. Very soon we had begun recruiting for ourselves. 2007 saw the opening of our Cardiff office, headed up by Richard Davies who joined the business as a top performer in Engineering Recruitment.

With plenty of hard work and perseverance, we continued to grow, and we opened a Coventry office in 2010, and a Stafford office in 2015.

At Hunter Selection, we have steered a course through many tough economic times and made sure that we were ready each time to take full advantage of the upturn. Through these times we have stuck by our staff and continued to advertise and invest. It’s at times like these that teamwork, loyalty, and tenacity really matter.

Within our head office in Bristol we now have dedicated specialist teams in Technology, Service, and Facilities, Fire & Security in addition to Engineering & Manufacturing teams in all offices.

We have grown purely through organic growth; every person started where you will start and have developed with us by creating long-term client relationships and new divisions & teams – there are no restrictions on how you can develop and progress with Hunter Selection – why not join our successful team?

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Reviews

Consultant in Bristol
on 25 January 2022
A really enjoyable place to work.

A really enjoyable place to work. Strong work ethics and culture. Honest and reliable management team. Lots of training throughout. Organic growth through from Trainee to Management. Opportunities for Employee ownership scheme.

Recruitment Consultant in Stafford, Staffordshire
on 10 January 2020
Challenging but rewarding

I have enjoyed working at Hunter Selection, i have learnt a lot and felt I've passed on my experience to other colleagues. A real strong rewarding feel you get from working for Hunter Selection. Would recommend to driven tenacious people looking at a long term career.

Consultant in Stafford, Staffordshire
on 10 January 2020
Productive and competitive work place

Highly competitive & Enjoyable place to work

Steep learning curve but great rewards to be had if you stick it out

Positive and friendly working environment

Recruitment Consultant in Bristol
on 30 December 2019
Fast paced, competitive workplace

Good place to work for someone who is encouraged by good commission structure.

Rigid structured day, good that the position was 360 so the whole day wasn't focussed on one half of the process. This also meant you could be in control of the whole process from beginning to end.

Very competitive culture, to be expected in the recruitment sector.

Not much flexibility to try your own ideas.

Recruitment Consultant in Bristol, Bristol
on 4 November 2019
Fun office environment

A good place to learn about the world of recruitment. Good earning potential if you succeed at the job. The office is in a very nice location, very nice place to go to every day.

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