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Knowsley Housing Trust recruitment partnership with CRG TEC

CRG TEC has been appointed to the Knowsley Housing Trust (KHT) supplier list to provide asset management, development and IT staff following a highly competitive tender.

The specialist technology, engineering and communications recruitment partner scored 9.5/10 to be selected on the highly-regarded social housing organisation’s framework.

CRG TEC’s experienced recruitment consultants will use their expertise to work closely with KHT’s internal HR team and business managers to supply IT, networking and MI specialists, surveyors, development and facilities management staff across the North West portfolio.

Alexandra Hewitt, Senior Recruitment Consultant for CRG TEC, commented: “We’re delighted to have been chosen as part of KHT’s supply team and are looking forward to using our connections and knowledge of the industry to help them find excellent staff.

“KHT, and First Ark Group as a whole, is a great employer and as CRG TEC’s head office is only across the road we can appreciate the impact the organisation has in the local area.”

KHT provides affordable rented homes and sheltered accommodation across Merseyside and is part of the wider First Ark Group that delivers facilities management, refurbishment, lifestyle, and support services across the region.

Alex added: “KHT’s commitment to social investment in the North West, and using their brand to deliver social value to businesses in the region, echoes CRG TEC’s beliefs. I am sure our two organisations will work together to provide an outstanding service to their social housing customers.”

For more information visit www.crgtec.uk.com


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