The contract market in the South West is rapidly increasing in popularity for clients as they recognise the benefit of using highly-skilled, short term individuals to help undertake projects to progress their business. Our senior team of Consultants regularly work with clients to ascertain their needs and fulfil contract based requirements. They are knowledgeable on the contract market in the SW and are able to offer advice and guidance to both clients and candidates with regards to their requirements.
The temporary market has been an ever popular market in the South West with both candidates and clients and Cathedral Appointments has a regular flow of vacancies as well as a strong database of candidates.
If you are an experienced contractor, or perhaps an individual looking to move into the contract market, our experienced Consultants will work with you to provide advice and guidance on the market and types of roles available, rates and our process. We often have an exclusive list of clients we can also reach out to proactively further opportunities.
Whether you are looking for a week, a month or long term temporary work, we have an excellent mix of clients offering temporary roles including administration, accounts, IT, marketing, HR and customer services.
We have a fantastic track record recruiting contract individuals across the South West within a variety of different sectors including IT, finance, marketing, HR and senior executive. We work closely with both client and contractor to ensure compliance, including whether the contract is inside/outside of IR35 rulings, and that all parties are clear on outcome/delivery timescales. When recruiting for contract individuals we are well placed to attract local talent, as well as specialists from outside of the SW region, to undertake contract work.
We have a long established temporary division and as such, are able to offer a really good variety of candidates available for temporary assignments.
IR35 Regulations - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/ir35-find-out-if-it-applies
Government guidance on becoming a Contractor - https://www.gov.uk/employment-status/selfemployed-contractor