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cer Engineering have won a number of new clients looking for Commercial Catering Engineers.

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We are currently seeing a huge upturn in companies requirements for these highly skilled engineers, it is excellent to see such a positive upturn in the industry. 

cer are perfectly placed to recruit for such roles, with the support of a specialist recruitment team and a database of 45,000 gas qualified engineers, we find both the best calibre of candidate along with a cost effective price. Where a client would previously have to go through the arduous work of advertising, technically interviewing candidates prior to interview and pre-employment checks, we can now do this for them, giving them time to focus on what is important, growing their own business!

cer Engineering have been operating since 2002 and are true specialists in our field. Due to our extensive time spent working in this field, we often recruit engineers we have worked with in the past, giving that extra level of assurance that you are taking on candidates you know can do a good job.

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