Macdonald & Company have a specialised UK residential management team with our key areas being residential leasehold, private rental sector, student accommodation, housing and estate management. Our team is made up of a talented group of consultants who have a blend of industry and recruitment experience making them true specialists in their field. We are passionate about what we do; we are creative, driven and fabulously well connected. We provide an unparalleled service to our clients and candidates, sourcing jobs from Graduate to Director.
We act for a diverse range of clients, which includes developers, house builders, building consultancies, managing agents, free holders, chartered surveyors, RMC’s, housing associations, registered social landlords and estate agents. Our clients know that when they engage us we are fully committed to finding them the perfect candidate. We will provide a first class and innovative service ensuring that our clients are connected with the best candidates available in the market place. It is this close working relationship that affords us an unrivalled level of global knowledge and experience not offered anywhere else.
If you are a job seeker our specialist global network of consultants can help by connecting you to employers of choice. We are not only here to find you the right job, our experienced recruitment consultants will also guide you through each step of your career, offering advice on interview technique, career appraisals, interview preparation, salary benchmarking and market analysis.
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