Every quarter, we will be taking a look into our Temporary Recruitment market, which covers Not-for-Profit, Industry & Commerce, Development & Regeneration, Financial Services & Banking and our Client Solutions Teams.
After a slightly quieter couple of months over the summer with lots of leave and the school holidays, the NFP market has picked up hugely since early September, particularly on the interim side. We’re incredibly busy with roles on the more commercial side of finance, with a number of Finance Business Partner, FP&A Manager/Head of FP&A, and strategy/budgeting project roles in particular.
With the sector’s persisting challenges like the cost of living crisis and further funding cuts, the need for Project Finance consultants and process transformation work has also increased with a view of improving efficiencies and increasing productivity in finance teams.
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As we approach Q4, there are hints of optimism that the market is going to heat up. Q4 is traditionally a busier time of year, with businesses across the sector needing extra headcount to get through year-end. The Insurance market has been buoyant throughout the year, and I am still partnering with a number of exciting companies across the sector.
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Q4 has been quieter compared to previous years. There have been a couple of major HA mergers, which has meant we’ve seen a lot of restructuring across the sector. The big announcement made by Vistry Group has caused some uncertainty across the business too
However, there have been a few areas where we have seen growth:
- A focus on sustainability: Regeneration projects are increasingly being designed to be sustainable, with a focus on reducing carbon emissions and improving energy efficiency
- A focus on placemaking: Local Authorities continue to grow their regeneration programmes
- A focus on community engagement: Regeneration projects are increasingly engaging with local communities. We have seen an increase, particularly across London boroughs on role requirements within this area
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After a quieter Q3, which is natural during the Summer holidays, we are predicting an increase in interim positions heading into Q4.
In Q4 2022, the Industry and Commerce interim space was our busiest quarter ever. With year-end approaching and projects needing to be completed by the end of the year, we predict that there will be an increase in roles over the next few months.
With an influx of ACA candidates settling in London after travelling around Europe, there will be an increase of talent in the market, meaning it will get slightly more competitive. In this circumstance, it’s important to remember that enthusiasm and energy are crucial whilst interviewing!
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Q1 appeared quieter in comparison to previous years within our core client base, so we took proactive measures to extend our reach to new clients across diverse sectors in Q2 and 3. We’ve seen a real increase in market confidence across our core client base, with a notable increase in hiring for FTC and day-rate contractors. It’s been great to see our core client base re-engaging with us, and even better to have delivered so successfully throughout the quarter. The upward hiring trend has been consistent across all role types and sectors, though we’ve seen a particular increase in demand for contract administrative and finance professionals.
The team and I remain excited to see what Q4 has to hold! As we continue to navigate this dynamic environment, we encourage you to reach out to us if you are seeking to fill Head Office vacancies or explore opportunities for partnership.
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