Swift Wing Associates LimitedSwift Wing Associates objective is to provide an effective service to all clientele in the Catering & Hospitality industry. Our service is tailored specifically to the needs of your business in order to ensure you are provided with the right candidate. We aim to always put the right chefs and hospitality staff into the best jobs in hotels, restaurants and pubs nationwide. Full-time, part-time, short-term temporary/relief and permanent, from kitchen porters to head chefs and managers, we''re experts at matching the best people with great opportunities in catering and hospitality. For employers, we know recruitment can be a headache. So why not let us remove the hassle. Just register your vacancy with us so we can select the best matches for you from our candidates. It''s free to register and you only pay a fee when your new employee starts work. It''s a cost-effective way to quickly find the person who''s right for you. Swift Wing understands the Catering & Hospitality industry. We know how quickly circumstances can change. With that in mind no booking is too big or small for us to assist with. We offer a 24hr, 7 day week service & we will get you the right quality candidate as quickly as possible - The same day if required! Procedure to book a Relief Worker:- 1. Contact us either on the office line or the on-call mobile. Speak to either Trisha, Emma or James directly. Be assured you will not be put through to a call centre. 2. Provide full specification of the role you need filled. We then will evaluate your requirements & quote you our competitive rates. 3. Once a rate is agreed we will send you our Relief Contract which needs to be signed & sent back before our worker gets to site. This can be emailed, faxed or posted back. We will also send you an assignment contract agreeing to the rates & terms of engagement. This protects our clients so that there are no hidden costs. We understand at Swift Wing how time consuming...
51a Keats avenue
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