CBSbutler understands that technical skills must be combined with astute commercial competency to deliver business success. As such, in recent years we have diversified our recruitment capabilities to include a comprehensive range of business support functions and disciplines.
Retaining a strong sector focus, the main categories are Business Management, Sales & Marketing, Supply Chain & Procurement, HR and Talent Acquisition.
We are constantly looking to connect our clients with the industry’s best talent, and have experienced and dedicated teams recruiting for a number of specialist roles including:
Secretary - Secretarial team Salary competitive Hybrid About the role To deliver professional secretarial support to Partners, Directors and Managers across the Media Specialist Corporate Finance and General Practice teams. This role will work closely with existing secretarial support for some pa...
Secretary Location: West End/London Role: Secretary I am hiring a Secretary to join a reputable accountancy firm in their West End offices to to deliver professional administrative support to their Partners, Directors and Managers across the Media Specialist Corporate Finance and General Practice...
Analyst Job summary We are looking for an inquisitive and capable Junior Analyst to join the Strategy and Corporate Development team. This is a small team that works at the heart of the business to shape our growth and transformation strategy and support its implementation. This person will repor...
If you are looking for permanent or contract work in the Manufacturing industry and have relevant skills and experience, take a look at our latest vacancies, register your details and get in contact to discuss your career. Alternatively, click here to view our other recruitment disciplines in Engineering, Automation, Manufacturing and ICT.
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