Progress Personnel International Finance and Accountancy Recruitment

** Progress Personnel has been voted

Recruiter of the Year 2012

by Executives On the Web **

 

Finding a new job, managing your career successfully, or recruiting staff to your team can often be both challenging and frustrating. As specialists in recruitment, Progress Personnel has the expertise and integrity to assist you, whatever your current requirement is.

Progress Personnel is specialist recruitment agency, based in the UK , working across the Middle East region including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.

Our specialist areas of recruitment are

  • Finance & Accountancy
  • Human Resources
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Executive level; General Management & Operations
  • Construction, Engineering & Project Management
  • Management Consultancy

Our clients include both the leading local groups and multinational employers.

We recruit candidates from across the world and utilise technology to make this fast and effective way of recruiting.

Progress Personnel aims to provide you with highly personalised, efficient service based on integrity and professionalism.

Our consultants adhere closely to our company's core values of teamwork, respect, industry knowledge, passion and excellence. As a result they work with you, as a team, to help develop long-term partnerships both as a client and a candidate.

Project Director - Construction
Ref:   Project Dir
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   £75,000 to £85,000
Estimating Engineers
Ref:   VAC-262
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   £50,000 to £70,000
Construction Manager - Jeddah
Ref:   Construction Manager
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Construction Manager - Jeddah
Ref:   Construction Manager
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Hr Manager - Jeddah
Ref:   HR jeddah
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Cfo - Construction
Ref:   CFO
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Fmcg - Brand Manager - Dammam
Ref:   KSA Branding
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
National Sales Manager / Head Of Sales Fmcg
Ref:   Sales FMCG
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Hr Manager - Saudi National - Fast Food Group
Ref:   HR
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Finance Director - Riyadh
Ref:   FD / Riyadh
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Hr Director Riyadh - Restaurant / Retail Group
Ref:   HR Director - Riyadh
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Hr Manager - Restaurants/ Retail/ Fmcg
Ref:   HR manager
Salary:   Salary negotiable
Operations Director Fast Food/ Restaurant/ Retail
Ref:   Ops
Salary:   Salary negotiable
 Accounting
 Accounting Other
 Analyst/ Business Analyst
 CFO/Finance Director
 Cost Accountant
 Finance Manager
 Financial Accountant
 Financial Controller
 Group Accountant
 Management accountant
 Project Accountant
 Regional Accountant
 Tax
 Management Consultant
 Change Management Consulting
 Generalist Management Consult
 HR Consulting
 IT Consulting
 Other
 Project & Programme Mgt
 Public Sector Specialist
 Strategy Consulting
 Oil & Gas
 Engineers
 Riggers
 Construction
 Engineers construction
 Managers Construction
 Other
 Quality Management
 Manufacturing
 Other
 Production & Operations
 Quality Control/ Manufacturing
 Technical
 Other
 HR Management
 HR & Training
 HR Director
 HR Manager
 HR other
 HR Support Staff
 Marketing
 Brand / Channnel Marketing
 Marketing Director
 Marketing Manager
 Other Marketing
 Risk
 General risk
 Internal Audit & Risk
 Other
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Afghan Guantanamo inmates freed
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