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Our team is exceptionally skilled in being able to match you to the right job and company – and we’ve got lots of success stories to prove it. With approachable and personable natures we make the time to meet with all our candidates so we can get to know you, understand your skills, personal traits and what you want from your next job – making you feel confident about you next career move.

Just left college or university? Then come and have a chat about your job options. If you’re not sure what you want to do, we can help identify job roles that suit your skills, qualifications and passions.

As an established team with over 80 years recruitment experience, Wote Street People understands just how important it is to secure the right job for you. From your initial CV, to applying for the role and even down to the interview techniques and support after you join a company, we're here to offer you expert recruitment services to prepare you for your future career.

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Taking the time to find the right job for you, our team of experts are able to offer the following vacancies and support.

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What do previous candidates have to say?

Louise Newland
"This is the second time I have secured a permanent role with Wote Street People. I’m always kept informed and emails always responded to. The wage system is great lots of detail I can read. All very professional thank you very much to you all especially Tracy Fisher thank you for all your help once again Tracy."

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