About Us

We're the eleventh fastest-growing technical recruitment business in the UK. We've grown rapidly during the past two years, defying the economic conditions and outperforming the technical recruitment sector as a whole. We're an ISO-compliant business and have reached an annual turnover of over £60 million.

We believe that a key factor in this success has been the value we place on people and relationships. In a world that demands technical skills, we provide the human touch. We call this philosophy 'human recruitment for a technical world'. It means that we prioritise client and candidate care and that we cultivate a strong, cohesive team culture. Our in-house support team provides operational stability, helping our consultants to deliver the excellence and results that our clients need. It's an approach that seems to work.

We partner with leading technical market leaders, within the UK and across the globe to find our candidates the highest calibre contract, permanent and freelance technical jobs in specialised sectors.

We have extensive experience in finding our candidates technical jobs in the IT, Finance, Digital, Pharmaceutical, Oil, Gas and Energy arenas we operate within. Our dedicated technical recruitment team are experts in each field and trained to the highest standard to guarantee an outstanding service and consistent excellent results.

One of the main growth areas for re-insurance is the MENA region – the Middle East and North Africa. These areas may be lagging behind traditional insurance hotspots such as North America and Europe, but growth is rapid. In the last decade, most countries in the MENA area have at least doubled or tripled the volume of premiums taken out. Historically, investment in catastrophe risk quantification has always lagged significantly behind insurance growth. Premium volumes need to reach a certain level before catastrophe modelling becomes cost-effective. Catastrophe models first became available for certain MENA countries in the late 1990s, focusing mainly on earthquakes, hurricanes, typhoons and tropical cyclones. … READ MORE

Cititec Announcement 

Cititec Energy were saddened to learn that  Sergio Ottochian, General Manager of our client Xodus, his wife, son and step-daughter, were on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that came down in Ukraine on 17 July 2014.

We would like to offer our condolences to everyone at Xodus worldwide, but  specifically in The Hague and London, where Sergio worked.  We would also like to extend our thoughts to the friends and relatives of the Ottochian family.