At Technical Network we use our relationships to represent Talent and Industry – with our specialist knowledge connecting the two.
We’ve been around a long time, so we really know our industries and sectors, inside out, top to bottom.
We specialise in Manufacturing, Engineering, Scientific, Aerospace, Automotive and Food & Drink recruitment, focusing on technical and design roles from Executive positions right through the organisation to maintenance and production staff.
We don’t take our responsibility lightly and we value time, our client’s, our candidate’s and our own.
This means that we focus our efforts on two things to deliver results: Knowing our specialist industry and knowing our specialist talent from the ground up, down and across sectors.
To drive forward your business or career, we need to connect the two and work together as partners: Being transparent, using our expertise to help you get where you need to go and trusting us that we will deliver.
The result? Speed, accuracy, vitality and quality outcomes – based on the reality of what we are really dealing with. People.
Mutually benefiting our candidates through career support, our clients through talent expertise and ourselves through working together as a team to deliver the right results. And enjoying it along the way.
Results that we can measure through outcomes. Client and Candidate fit. Quality and experience of interactions. Using our expertise to educate and attract young talent to the industry. Developing and rewarding ourselves as partners, colleagues and individuals.
We take our local position as a talent connector seriously. To give back to the community, we work with local charities and organisations, as well as schools and colleges to raise funds and build knowledge and understanding of our industries.
Every year we support and raise money for charities based in the UK. This year's chosen charity offers a network of care for children with limited life expectancy, across the heart of England. The children and families they support during the precious years of their short lives require specialist care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Acorns have three hospices equipped for special care and to be a home from home for the children and their families, so they can spend what little time they have left with their loved ones.
It costs over £8 million a year to provide the care and support needed for families. We have been and continue to raise funds to help keep this invaluable service going. We regularly donate unworn clothes and brick-a-back to the Acorns charity shops and have a ‘dress down Friday’, where all consultants donate funds to be in the comfort of their own clothes.
It may not sound like much but every little helps and we encourage our clients and candidates to help with donations towards care for the children and support for their families through Acorns Children’s Hospice.
We are about to start a grassroots industry project in the West Midlands, to introduce our potential candidates to our sectors and ensure the talent pipeline continues.
If you are a school or college based in the West Midlands and are interested in taking part in our grassroots education pilot, contact Paul Gargett.
Communities work best when centred around a common purpose. The industries we specialise in are diverse and the communities spread across geographical locations.
Because we want to build strong talent in our industries, we have created digital online communities on LinkedIn for talent to share knowledge, discuss developments and make new connections.
Hosted by Sadia Razzaq, Food & Drink professionals come together to share news and views.
Hosted by Stuart Loveday, Supply Chain professionals come together to share news and views.
Hosted by Rob Wigley, Engineering talent can talk technical in one place.