Consilium Recruit helps Sprint Power Technology create jobs

A Birmingham-based automotive firm is creating 50 new roles.

A statement released by Midland-based recruiter Consilium Recruit reveals the new roles are as a result of its partnership with Sprint Power Technology.

The partnership has already seen 50 specialist engineers start, with a further 50 experts expected to fill additional roles over the coming year as the company forges ahead with advancements in EV and battery technology, alongside its multimillion-pound partnership with Gordon Murray Design on the pioneering T50 supercar.

Sprint Power, based on Birmingham Business Park, was founded in 2018 and partnered with Consilium Recruit last spring, with the Midlands firm put in charge of sourcing Sprint’s engineers.

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