Executive Search & Retained Headhunting
CA Engineering’s approach to talent sourcing has proven successful across all job openings spanning the African continent for specific Executive Search and Retained Headhunting projects. We directly approaches each researched candidate in confidence in order to discuss their interest and qualifications relating to specific positions.
We are dedicated to maintaining the highest levels of quality and integrity in our search methodologies. Through collaboration with our clients, we ensure that the candidates sourced are of the highest quality, as our clients expect.
We have an understanding that the best candidates must have the correct capabilities, knowledge and aptitude to be successful In Africa. Our headhunting model and recruitment process offers our clients a unique advantage in finding the best candidates for projects in Africa.
CA Engineering’s search process is performed on a dedicated basis for each unique assignment, adding significant value to our clients. We understand the cultural and operational difficulties experienced daily on the African continent, and this gives us the insight to be able to source qualified and experienced candidates who we know will be up to the task at hand.
We have a successful track record of consistently delivering local, multicultural and / or multilingual candidates to our clients. Our specialist recruitment team is committed to offering our clients an unparalleled level of professionalism during the process of identifying and securing candidates for Africa positions.
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