Sigmar Recruitment commenced business in 2002 as the largest indigenous recruitment company start-up in Ireland and has progressed to become one of Ireland’s leading recruitment consultancies.
The company currently employs 110 people supplying staff across 14 specialist recruitment divisions. Sigmar are headquartered in Dublin and have offices in Cork, Galway and Tralee.
Products and services
Sigmar Recruitment's business is the provision of end- to-end professional recruitment solutions (permanent, contract and temporary) across a number of sectors. The company has a Managed Services Division which supplies clients with fully outsourced professional recruitment services in a project capacity. Typically these companies will be either start-up companies in the FDI space or existing Multinationals completing ramp-up projects.
Sigmar Recruitment deliver client focused professional recruitment services to both indigenous and multinational clients.
What makes us different? We believe our actions speak louder than words. Here’s what makes us stand out from the crowd:
• Extensive professional network: We have an extensive network of clients and candidates that have been built up by consultants since the business opened in 2002.
• Track record of delivery: We have enjoyed a strong history of delivering successful recruitment solutions to both clients and candidates.
• Specialist knowledge: Our specialist divisions are amongst the best in the market. This gives us an in-depth understanding of the key people, companies and industry trends.
• Honest relationships: Our clients believe our ability to build lasting and honest relationships set us apart from our competition.
• Accountability: We are dedicated to providing the correct solution for our clients not just the quickest.
• Confidentiality: We have a strong track record in delivering strategic and confidential recruitment solutions.
Standards and certificates
- Sigmar has won 40 awards for recruitment excellence and workplace culture.
- “Best Large Recruitment Agency in Ireland” by the National Recruitment Federation