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International Recruitment Capability

First Recruitment Group is an international recruitment specialist working with clients to source the best talent from around the world, whilst ensuring full compliance, mobilisation and payrolling.

Our head office is based in Warrington in the UK, working with a variety of clients both nationally and internationally through both our in-county offices and strategic partnerships.

By working closely with our clients within the Oil & Gas, Nuclear, Power, Chemicals, Engineering, Rail, Construction, Water and IT sectors, we have placed both contract and permanent candidates around the world.

Find out more about our in-country offices here:

First Recruitment Group - Head Office

Location: Warrington, UK

Find out more information about our national UK capability.

First Technical (Ghana) Limited

Location: Accra, Ghana

Find out more information about our capability in Ghana here.

First Recruitment Group (East Africa) Limited

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Find out more information about our capability in Kenya here.

First Technical Singapore Pte Ltd

Location: Singapore


Find out more information about our capability in Singapore here.

First Technical Albania Shpk

Location: Tirane, Albania

Find out more information about our capability in Albania here.

First Recruitment Thailand

Location: Rayong Province, Thailand

Find out more information about our capability in Thailand here.

We also have in-country offices in Australia, Abu Dhabi and India.

Talk to us about your international recruitment needs

We meet our clients needs with in-country legislation and compliance. We can also help with screening, onboarding and mobilisation to ensure our clients recruitment experience is as simple and straight forward.

Discover more about our international recruitment capability by calling our team today on +44 (0) 1925 907000 or email recruit@firstrg.com

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