Why Bold New Recruitment?
At BNR, we prioritise the promotion of experienced candidates. We highly value recommendations from both current and previous candidates who endorse other professionals. As always, personal recommendations hold the strongest weight in our selection process.
Employers and Charities: We cater to a wide range of organisations, including progressive entrepreneurs, start-ups, SMEs, larger corporations, and charities. We recognise that working contracts have evolved significantly, and we now feature a diverse array of employment opportunities beyond traditional full-time roles.
Roles: We are committed to promoting only interesting, accessible, and supported employed and charitable positions. Each role undergoes scrutiny to meet the standards we would personally consider when applying for a job. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive range of roles, spanning from half-day commitments to full-time positions, all in one place. This approach streamlines the job search process, offering candidates a greater selection of suitable positions that align realistically with their existing commitments.
Flexibility: We actively encourage employers to assess the flexibility and demands of each role. We understand that different individuals have varying preferences when it comes to work pressure, and we strive to accommodate those differences.
Support: Our candidate advice pages offer valuable suggestions for every aspect of your job search. Whether it's optimising your LinkedIn profile, CV or practicing for interviews, we have curated a collection of the most useful information to assist you.
Variation: We endeavor to list roles that realistically suit a wide range of work-life balance scenarios. From full-time positions to half-day commitments, we encourage employers to adopt a flexible mindset.
Pressure and Expectations: Employers are encouraged to evaluate and communicate realistic levels of pressure and stress associated with each role. We recognise that some candidates thrive in challenging environments while others prefer a different pace.