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SThree To Create 300 Full Or Part Time Jobs In Glasgow

27 Mar 2018

SThree To Create 300 Full Or Part Time Jobs In Glasgow

SThree, a specialist in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) recruitment sector, is to create 300 full or part time jobs in Glasgow.

200 of the new Glasgow jobs will be created by the end of this year with a further 114 to be filled before the end of 2021.

The jobs will be based at Glasgow’s new Centre of Excellence, helped by a £2 million investment by Scottish Enterprise’s Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) funding.

Explaining why the company had chosen Glasgow, Chief Financial Officer at SThree’s, Alex Smith, said: “Investing in Glasgow gives us access to a highly-skilled workforce and an excellent business infrastructure. The STEM markets in which we operate are growing rapidly and this new centre in Glasgow will strengthen our operational capability and support expanding teams across our main markets.”

“Our new Centre of Excellence will bring together our UK support services and underpin our future business needs in the most efficient way. In making this new investment in Glasgow, we have had tremendous support from the Scottish Government and SDI,” added Mr Smith.

Keith Brown, the Scottish Government Economy Secretary, welcomed the jobs bonanza, saying: “This facility will be a major jobs boost for Glasgow, with 200 new posts this year and 314 in total over the next three years. And it will support our ambition for Scotland to be a STEM nation with our economy at the forefront of the technological frontier.”

“The £2 million funding from Scottish Enterprise also gives them access to the excellent business support network here in Scotland. And our communities will benefit from the work of the innovative SThree Foundation which supports young people from underprivileged and diverse backgrounds to transition successfully into STEM higher education, jobs and apprenticeships,” added Mr Brown.

SThree works in over 15 countries worldwide and has 40 offices in locations including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the USA, Australia, Singapore and Japan. Once the Glasgow recruitment drive is finished, the company will employ more than 3,000 people in a variety of roles worldwide.

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