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15-02-2011, 04:22 AM
Good Morning guys, We are Excel Technical Consulting and my name is George.

Before I go any further as I don't want to breach any trade rules, I was wondering if I am able to post cnc jobs that we often have available here or if you would prefer us not too?

We are a recruitment company who specialises in CNC, Composite and Aviation posistions and I was wondering if there is any rules/restrictions/places I could post up CNC jobs please?

Many thank

Lee Roberts
15-02-2011, 04:45 AM
Hi George,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you!

My name is Lee Roberts and I own/run this website, I would very much like to embrace you and other agencies in using this site to offer members employment opportunities. I think this would be a great feature for the site and as such I have introduced a dedicated sub forum specifically aimed at aiding you and others who maybe seeking employment.

However I must stress that I have been approached in the past by another agency who wanted to contribute in the same way, although I gave them permission to submit jobs, I am yet to see them actively pursue this or indeed contribute to the site/forum.

So, you can find the new location for posting opportunities here: Employment Opportunities, Projects & Jobs (http://www.mycncuk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php/24-Employment-Opportunities-Projects-Jobs)

Irving has also drawn up a basic set of “Rules” that we would like you to conform to; you can find these rules by Clicking Here (http://www.mycncuk.com/forums/showthread.php/3187-Forum-Rules?p=20693#post20693).

Welcome to the site George, if I can be of any more assistance please let me know.

Kind Regards,
Lee Roberts

15-02-2011, 10:07 AM
Hi Lee,

Thank you very much indeed for setting this up. We are getting more and more CNC jobs through and it is very hard to advertise to engineers and technicians specific to this skill set, so hopefully this will work out well.

We are a British company, based near Cambridge but deal with clients all over the world supplying both contract and permanent staff members as required.

I will endeavor to post every suitable job we have available on here, which will increase as I am pushing this side of the business as much as I can!

In the meantime, if you fancy a change or are looking for work, please feel free to send me your latest CV's to cv@exceltechnicalconsulting.com (cv@exceltechnicalconsulting.com) with CNC Forum UK in the subject field and whether you are looking for contract or permanent work, locally, nationally or internationally so we can put you on the system for anything that comes up in the future.

I would like to note, that we never send your CV's or details etc out with talking to you and discussing any opportunities first

So, thanks again Lee and I hope this works well for both us and your members!