Searchability in Line for Top Awards

Searchability – the recruitment solutions agency based in Chester, UK – is hoping for double success after being short-listed in two categories at the 2013 Onrec awards.

Chester, United Kingdom, January 18, 2013 --( Nominated for "Most Innovative use of Social Media" and "Best Newcomer," Searchability will be competing alongside many of the country’s finest organisations when the awards are handed out at a gala ceremony in London in March.

The Onrec awards seek to pay tribute to the great and good in the world of recruitment, and Searchability’s nomination in two categories is reward for the "one-of-a-kind" recruitment model launched last May.

“We’ve already achieved a lot in a short space of time and these award nominations are the perfect way to kick off what will be a big year for Searchability,” said Director Martin Blythe.

“The Onrec awards are among the most prestigious in the world of recruitment and we’re looking forward to taking part in what is sure to be a great night.

“It’s still very early days in the life of Searchability but we have already found that our different approach to recruitment is paying off. With a wide range of services on offer to clients and candidates, from the traditional recruitment offering through to social media campaigns, advert management, content and CV services as well as dozens of bespoke twitter feeds catering for all requirements, we’re helping companies and professionals all over the country to achieve their goals.”

Specialising in IT and Rec2Rec recruitment and with exciting plans to expand into other markets in the near future, Searchability are enjoying success with their unique and services, designed to help both clients and candidates in their search for new staff or a new career challenge.

“Our model allows us to be flexible to the needs of the individual,” added Martin. “We’re aware everyone's needs are different and we have an experienced team in place capable of adapting.”

The Onrec awards will be held at St Paul’s Grange hotel in London on the evening of March 21.
Paul Eaton