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Why Choose Us

Recruiting for white-collar, specialised positions can be a complex and time-consuming process. Your Recruit Place plays a crucial role in helping businesses find the right candidates for these roles by utilising our extensive networks, expertise in candidate assessment, and experience in navigating the hiring process.

What we do;


Understand Your Requirements

The recruitment process begins with a thorough understanding of your needs and expectations for the specialised position. This involves gathering detailed information about the role’s responsibilities, skills requirements, experience level, and cultural fit.

Identify Candidate Profiles

We leverage our extensive networks and databases to identify potential candidates who match your requirements. This may involve sourcing candidates from online job boards, professional networking platforms, industry associations, and referrals.

Screen and Shortlist

Once a pool of potential candidates is identified, we conduct a thorough screening process to assess their qualifications, skills, and experience. This typically involves reviewing resumes, conducting phone screenings, and sometimes, initial interviews.


Indepth Assessment & Interviewing

This may involve skills tests, case studies, or presentations to evaluate the candidates’ technical expertise and problem-solving abilities. We may also conduct in-person interviews to assess the candidates’ communication skills, cultural fit, and overall suitability for the role.

Background Checks and Reference Validation

Before presenting shortlisted candidates, we can conduct thorough background checks to verify their qualifications, employment history, and any criminal records. They may also contact references to gain insights into the candidates’ work ethic, performance, and interpersonal skills.


Present Candidates and Facilite Negotiations

Your Recruit Place will present the shortlisted candidates, highlighting their strengths and suitability for the role. We may also facilitate salary negotiations between you and the selected candidate.

Cost to Recruit if you have less than 20 employees

Cost to Recruit if you have 20 - 250 employees

Cost to Recruit if you have more than 250 employees

Can you afford not to?

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), there are over 34,000 businesses in Australia that rely on outsourcing labor making up approximately 2% of all businesses in the country. Outsourcing is increasing by an average of 2.9% per year over the past five years*