Successful recruitment group in high demand

A SUCCESSFUL South Yorkshire recruitment firm has opened a new office in Doncaster to expand its business.

Trinity Recruitment Group, which provides a range of recruitment specialists, opened its new base at Warren House, Bawtry Road, Bessacarr, last week.

Recruitment areas covered by the group include finance and accountancy, human resources, sales and marketing, office support, supply chain, engineering and production and design.

Mayor Peter Davies attended the official opening on March 1.

Co-founder of the business, Natalie Bone, said: “We are thrilled the mayor, Peter Davies, agreed to officially open our new office and to take time to understand our business.

“These are exciting times for us and with ambitious growth plans we look forward to the future of Trinity Recruitment Group.”

Mayor Peter Davies said: “I was delighted to open Trinity Recruitment Group’s new office.

“This is an exciting company and I am impressed by their ambitious plans to grow the business.”

Trinity Recruitment Group is made up of three divisions, Trinity Consulting, Trinity Resourcing and Trinity Engineering.

The Group has more than 30 years of experience working with companies across South and East Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

The move to a bigger office is aimed to give the company more identity and cater for the growing needs of clients across the region.

Previously the company had an office in Durham Road, Armthorpe.

Co-founder Peter Bone said the future was looking bright for the company and as a recruitment service they act as a “barometer” for the economic situation.

“We are just coming up to the end of our financial year which has been a great year for us,” he said

“We are definitely the front line.”

Mr Bone said signs for the next financial year look promising with companies spending money on recruitment and retraining.

Trinity Recruitment Groupis also looking to employ more staff as the group look to expand.

“Our clients are buoyant, our clients are recruiting again,” he said.

“It can only be a good thing.”