Making the wrong hire can be a costly mistake.

You want employees who not only succeed in their roles but also add value to your organisation and align with its culture.

Starting from our roots in East Anglia, we have expanded our reach to satisfy the recruitment needs of leading businesses across the UK and Europe. With 35 years of experience, we have been helping countless organisations alleviate the stress of recruitment. We understand that every business is unique, with diverse teams, practices, and ambitions. We respect these differences and tailor our recruitment process to meet your specific needs, ensuring a bespoke service that delivers the best candidates for your company.

By specialising in a select few industries, we establish ourselves as recruitment experts in our fields. Our consultants, each focusing on a specific industry and area, possess in-depth knowledge of their specialities. This expertise allows them to effectively assist both clients and candidates, ensuring precise and targeted recruitment solutions tailored to your unique requirements, all while adhering to our SCRIPT:

S ustainability

C ommitment to quality

R eliability

I  ntegrity

P rofessionalism

T ransparency

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We find contract and permanent candidates that match your individual requirements as well as your culture and brand personality.

What people say...

"I have had the pleasure of dealing with Cooper Lomaz over the last 2 weeks for the recruitment of a QA administrator. They have kept me informed during the process and have responded to me promptly.

All candidates provided were of a high standard and I would not hesitate to work with Cooper Lomaz again in the future."


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