Search Jobs:

Niche

# hashtag

Niche

FPSG acknowledge that not everything in the IT Eco-Systems fits into a simple bundle of Platform, Data, Development and Management. Indeed the ever changing technology world see’s the rise and fall of a variety of utilities, specialisms and niche technology products and services. FPSG technology recruiters will never pretend to be able to cover the full landscape of such a myriad of niche skills, we do however have a clear two stage strategy.

  • We bring our broad industry knowledge and understanding of complimentary environments, with our head hunting and attraction strategy to ensure that we engage with the best candidates and most attractive clients in the wider market
  • We choose a number of niche markets where we have already been able to establish strong candidate pools and have recognised client partnerships. At present the FPSG Technology team cover niche markets including

OBIE, Robotic Process Automation, Computer Game Technology, Salesforce, IoT

Our experience and drive will help you reach your recruitment goal.  To discuss our services in more detail please call our Glasgow office on 0141 270 5009 or our Edinburgh office on 0131 270 6666 or email it@fpsg.com

Glasgow
Permanent
Glasgow
Permanent
Norwich
Temporary
Newcastle
Permanent
Edinburgh
Permanent
Glasgow
Permanent
Glasgow
Permanent
Glasgow
Permanent

#partnership

approved supplier

Our specialists are supporting recruitment needs throughout the UK.  To find out more, contact our public sector team or view our current vacancies here.

#partnership

Public Sector Resourcing

FPSG is an approved supplier to the Public Sector Resourcing (PSR) framework, a single lot framework through which public sector authorities source contingent workers. 

Andrew Spratt our Chief Operating Officer said ‘We are extremely pleased to be approved as a supplier to PSR.  This framework allows us to support our candidate and client base in the public sector through our specialists within the IT and Professional Services divisions’.