Using market knowledge and agility to make successful interim placements

Specialising in interim, contract and temporary recruitment requires experience and agility. At Hanson Search, we have a deep understanding of the marketing, communications and digital space. That, combined with a large network of talent, means that we can help you make those essential interim, contract and temporary placements quickly and with great success.

We recruit across in-house and agency-side – from our offices in London, Paris and Dubai. Our consultants are experts in their markets, many have prior experience working in the industries in which they now recruit.

Why might you need an interim solution?

  • You believe in hiring the best talent. With the current swing towards freelancing, many highly skilled people are looking for flexibility, not permanent roles. Broadening your search to interim, contract and temporary can help you access that talent.
  • Your permanent staff don’t have the skillsets needed for those high-profile/high-risk projects that represent your brand.
  • Your hiring needs have skyrocketed in a short space of time.

With our expertise in marketing, communications and digital recruitment, we can cater to any sector – whether it’s FMCG, consumer, retail, leisure, travel, technology, automotive, B2B, energy, professional services, financial services, or non-profit. We offer a consultative partnership to help you access the best interim, contract, and temporary talent to meet your goals. 

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Salary: GBP £40,000.00
Location: Alphabeta Building, 14-18 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1BR Type: Contract
Reference: 53003
Posted: 17.01.2019

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Salary: GBP £150,000.00
Location: Greater London, United Kingdom Type: Permanent
Reference: 52954
Posted: 17.01.2019

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Salary: GBP £35,000.00
Type: Permanent
Reference: 53005
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Salary: GBP £50,000.00
Location: England Type: Permanent
Reference: 53007
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