Engineering Recruitment

Reed has been supporting businesses to find talented engineering and manufacturing professionals for decades.

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We know engineering recruitment

Finding the right engineering talent to cope with the sector’s growth is more challenging than ever. As a trusted recruitment partner, we will help you find the specialists you need for your business to thrive.

Our expert engineering and manufacturing recruiters cover the needs of the whole sector, from pre-production to post-production. Whether you’re looking for permanent, temporary, or interim engineering and manufacturing candidates, we use our extensive database of professionals, as well as our local market knowledge, to find you the best match for your company.

Each of our engineering recruitment consultants have undergone market training to enable them provide market-leading support so you are always working with a partner who understands your industry.

And understand your pain points...

  • Finding a trusted and knowledgeable recruitment partner

    • Our specialist recruiters are well versed in the sector, they’re aware of the latest market trends, and have the best salary benchmarking information - all vital for finding the best candidates, promptly.

    • All our consultants have undergone market training to enable them to give you the best sector recruitment advice in one of five key areas of engineering and manufacturing.

  • Ensuring all candidates are properly screened

    • Reed provides screening and support to help businesses like yours vet candidates quickly and reliably.

  • Making sure candidates are suited to your company

    • We thoroughly vet all our candidates to ensure their experience and skills match your requirements. We also encourage our clients to utilise our four-hour working interview where they can arrange to skill-assess the candidates in a working environment.

  • Cost saving

    • Each time your direct hiring process is extended or doesn’t work out, your costs increase. By working with us we can save you money in the long-run. We offer a variety of service options to suit all requirements, from staged payments to help manage your cash flow to industry-leading guarantees of to give you that added peace of mind.

  • Candidate drop-outs

    • We understand the frustration with candidates dropping out or not showing up for interviews. To minimise this, we remain in constant communication with all applicants, ensuring we are fully aware of their circumstances, are on hand to manage their concerns, and that we are aware of any other applications they have made.

Our engineering specialists

Mikulas Černý

Mikulas Černý

Business Manager Reed Prague

​Mikulas has been working in the recruitment field for 3 years. Nowadays he works as a Business Manager for the Engineering division in our Reed Prague office. Mikulas is an expert in the automotive industry, and has successfully developed his skillset and built new areas of recruitment, progressing to managerial level with his own team. He offers talented candidates and expert recruitment solutions in and around Europe. 

Anna Nováková

Anna Nováková

Team Leader Reed Brno

Anna is our go-to specialist for Engineering positions and started with Reed in Spring 2019. In Reed she had a brisk start and thanks to her desire to learn and develop her skills, she quickly grew from Researcher to Recruitment Consultant and lastly, Team Manager. Anna has experience with the full spectrum of Engineering roles as well as roles in Finance & Accountancy.

Veronika Grosová

Veronika Grosová

Recruitment Consultant Reed Brno

​After finishing her master's studies with a focus on production and finance, Veronika joined Reed in October 2020. With a great desire to apply her sector knowledge and aspiration to work with people, she started as a candidate Researcher, focusing on engineering and financial positions.

František Neumann

František Neumann

Recruitment Consultant Reed Prague

​​František works on recruiting all levels of candidates within in the Engineering sector for the Czech Republic and abroad. His focus spans from junior to senior Engineering roles, and during his career at Reed, he has managed to deliver extensive recruitment, communication, and analytical skills for both clients and candidates - providing them all the necessary support to support both in an end-to-end recruitment process.

Veronika Kopalová

Veronika Kopalová

Trainee Consultant Reed Brno

Benjamín Nevěčný

Benjamín Nevěčný

Research Consultant Reed Brno

​​Benjamín začal s prací s lidmi již po střední škole, napřed na pozici v helpdesku a později několik let v bance, kde měl na starost zákaznické stížnosti. Díky tomu je mu práce s kandidáty vlastní a našel se na pozici Researcher, kde hledá profesionály na různé pozice v oblasti strojírenství, automotive, elektrotechniky a automatizace.

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