Recruitment Process

1. Job briefing

Once a consultant has identified a suitable job opportunity that is of interest to you, he or she will initially brief you about the position over the telephone. This will be followed by an email with a full job description of the position, including location, salary level and other relevant information.

2. Agency Interview

Should you wish to be considered for the vacancy, you will be invited for a face to face interview at LRS and meet with an experienced Consultant to discuss your experience, qualifications and the role in greater detail. You will need to bring with you your proof of identification and you may also be required to carry out some skills tests depending upon the nature of the vacancy.

If applicable, you will be provided with advice about the layout and content of your CV.

3. Submission of CV to the Client Company

Your CV is submitted to the client and LRS will contact you with feedback as to whether you have been invited for interview with the client.

4. Client Interview

Once you have been invited for interview by the client, you will be briefed about the interview format and provided with company information plus interview tips, in addition to receiving clear travel directions.

Following interview, your Consultant will obtain feedback from both yourself and the client and will communicate this to both parties.

5. The Job Offer

Job offers are made via LRS by the client and details of the offer will be communicated to you. At this point, your Consultant will follow your instructions to either accept or decline the offer on your behalf. Any questions relating to the offer can be raised and resolved with your consultant and a suitable start date will be confirmed.

Temporary Job Offers

If you have been offered a temporary assignment, your consultant at LRS will

  • Arrange a Contract of Employment
  • Provide information relating to taxation and working time regulations
  • If required, give you advice about opening a bank account


6. Once you have started

Once you have started in your new role, your consultant will contact you to check your progress and confirm your satisfaction with your new job.

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