This week’s new contracts & deals include: Coding Ninjas, CV-Library, Hirist, Kingdom Services Group, Recruitly, Robin Recruitment Healthcare

•India’s edu-tech platform Coding Ninjas, which offers courses in technology and reskilling, has partnered with – a recruitment platform for premium talent in new and emerging technologies. The partnership aims to create employment opportunities for aspiring engineers and tech professionals. 

With around 15,000 job opportunities posted every month on Hirist, the partnership will allow students to get a premium Coding Ninjas’ account on Hirist and find more job opportunities as a result.

• Job board CV-Library has announced its latest CV Search integration with applicant tracking system Recruitly. The partnership enables Recruitly users to source and access millions of CVs from CV-Library’s database, without needing to leave their ATS.

Kingdom Services Group has acquired temporary and permanent nursing specialist Robin Recruitment Healthcare. The move will enable Robin Recruitment to expand further into the healthcare sector. Kingdom Services now provides security solutions, cleaning, recruitment, local authority support, systems, hygiene, training (Skill Centre), and Concierge (Capital Concierge) in the UK and overseas.

Police Now targets BAME candidates to ‘Change the Story’

Police Now has launched a new campaign to inspire graduates from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to join the police.

10 November 2020

Servo Group creates over 100 jobs in Leeds

Leeds-based Servo Group is set to create more than 100 jobs after a successful bid to provide facilities management services to GP practices across Leeds.

5 November 2020


This week’s new launches include: CV-Library, Degreed, Kings Business,, Parasol Select, Recruitment Entrepreneur, ThriveMap, Walter James Group

New to Market 19 October 2020

Short promoted to CEO Randstad UK & Ireland

Managing director Randstad UK Vicky Short (pictured) has been promoted to CEO for Randstad UK & Ireland from 1 January 2021.

People 16 October 2020