Since 2000, Frame 25 Broadcast Recruitment has provided a quality, trusted service boasting a roster of clients of all sizes and with all kinds of staffing needs. We pride ourselves on taking the time to understand your business to provide you with the right candidate from our well established, and extensive network of professional talent.Client Services
Having worked for Frame-25, I have to say that they are a proactive recruitment consultant. They have excellent communication skills and have the important ability of doing the little things exceptionally well
Hard working, trust worthy experts in their field.
I have worked with a number of agencies. Frame 25 take the time to understand both role and candidate something that is very rare these days.
Being a DevOp I am inundated with requests from agencies all the time. The team at Frame 25 take a more detailed, specialist approach rather than simply throwing things at me and hoping something will stick.
Frame 25 is founded by staff who have worked in the broadcast and post industry. Enabling us to provide an informed advisor relationship with a number of clients.
We believe is it our job to provide our clients access to a network of contacts not easily reached. Relying on our network for candidates rather than focussing on LinkedIn and Job Boards.
We provide a 24/7 bookings support to our freelance operation. Answering client requests out of hours to ensure live services and productions are not put at risk.
Many of our clients are still with us today due to providing a consistent level of service. Taking the time to screen all candidates to build lasting relationships. We are specialists - not a CV library.
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