Working with Arevon Energy
For over 25 years now, we’ve been working with a multitude of clients in the energy industry, helping to connect them with skilled engineering talent across a breadth of industries. And over the past few years, our business in the renewable energy space has drastically increased.
In the past, we’ve supported US-based organisation, Arevon Energy, on a number of placements to find specialist professionals in the world’s largest staffing market. But in the past 12 months, we were able to build a trusted relationship with them at a time when they really needed us – helping them to source a varied range of skilled professionals.
Arevon Energy handle projects that offer a variety of renewable energy solutions across wind and solar, among others. As an organisation with aggressive growth plans, it’s vital for this business to find professionals who are the perfect fit. That’s where we come in.
Purpose is at the heart of Arevon Energy, and they truly care about issues relating to climate change. They’ve invested in building a better world and this runs through their recruitment requirement. That’s why they need us to find the right people who share their values, not just people who can simply do the job.
Thanks to the work of our team, we were able to fully understand what they were looking for. Through our expert recruitment techniques, we matched skills and passion – finding people who actively campaign for renewable energy legislation.
Arevon Energy is also fully committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce within the renewable energy space. And we’ve helped them in this area too, by connecting them to a diverse range of candidates and helping to bring more women into engineering roles.
Bringing people who care about our environment together is embedded in our DNA. And bringing diverse pools of skilled people together is what we do.
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