Hunter Dunning is a property recruitment specialist covering white collar property roles throughout the full property life cycle; design, development, management and maintenance. Established in 2004 and an established recruitment supplier to Private Practices Developers, Housing Associations, Property Consultancies and Local Authorities throughout the UK.
Our expertise cover the following disciplines: Commercial, Technical, Land, Investment, Property/Asset Management, Sales, Design, Civil Engineering, Planning, Surveying, Development, Project Management, Design Management, M&E, Facilities Management and H&S.
Here’s what our clients have had to say about the service provided:
‘In the world of recruitment, Hunter Dunning has been a breath of fresh air to work with. They listen, analyse, assist, work to the brief and leave you in no doubt they will do everything he can to find the right person for the available role. They are reliable, available and methodical. I know from our recruits that they also take a genuine interest in their progression and want to be assured of their complete satisfaction with their placement.’ – Alex Freeland (Director)
Have you got new members of the team starting and wondering how you’re going to get your new employee on board while working from home?
As result of the coronavirus pandemic, the new IR35 regime has been delayed until April 2021.
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A 'Construction Corridor' for modular and pre-fab housing industries has been annouced by the government to create 400 new jobs in an area ranging from Liverpool to Leeds.
The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) launched the 'Kick Out The Kick-Backs' campaign to end bribery in the interior design industry
With global warming becoming a serious issue with our planet and
December is notorious for usually being one of the slower months when it comes to recruitment, but this year seems to have taken a turn with our clients recruiting more than usual.
Every region has its pros and cons and deciding where to work or live can be a challenge to say the least. Whether it’s a decision of relocating or just simply wanting a change of scenery in the work place, it can be difficult to weigh up the financial and work life benefits when making a decision.
Congratulations to our twenty-one 2019 winners at last nights AJ Architecture Awards. The awards took place at a luxury gala dinner at the Exhibition London in Shepherd’s Bush last night (20th November 2019) and was hosted by comedian and actor, Miles Jupp.
Looking for your next job as a Landscape Architect? Or maybe searching Urban Design jobs? We’ve rounded up our top five jobs in Landscape Architecture which are available to apply for TODAY!
Do you work in the property industry and never been quite sure what specialist agency to use for your recruitment needs?
Dare we say it, it’s not long until the new year begins! This means it’s already time to start your job search if you’re planning to start your new career come January 2020.