Irlam Associates comprises a strong team of recruitment professionals with specialist knowledge in a range of different industries. This enables us to ascertain each of our clients’ unique needs and deliver the perfect candidate for the position that needs filling.
We are industry leaders in the world of aviation recruitment, making every stage of hiring smoother and more efficient so you can focus on the other areas of your business. With expertise across the board, we have developed a streamlined screening process to help find the very best talent in aviation for your organisation, big or small.
In the fast-paced and ever-changing world of aviation, flexibility is essential. We strive to bring our clients a fully flexible workforce solution that delivers on quality as well as agility.
We have considerable experience within the aviation recruitment market. Once we have fully understood the specific needs of the client, we will curate a selection of the most suitable candidates and supply them at speed in line with strict airport timelines.
From top to bottom, we enable the aviation industry to deliver the highly efficient service required of them.
We supply exceptional talent nationwide across the UK’s airports, selecting the best candidates for roles including baggage, ramp management, ground handlers, passenger service and presentation agents, security, and many other positions.
Here at Irlam Associates, we undertake a thorough vetting system to ensure our clients only see the very best candidates on the market. Our vetting team comprises industry experts with over 40 years’ combined experience who understand what will be required of an aviation employee.
Our dedicated account and quality checking teams will take care of the specifics and bridge the gap between you and your workforce.
We have a rigorous list of criteria which candidates must fulfil before being processed through to the next stage, including a five-year work history, DBS, and overseas criminal record check. We will also process potential candidates’ right to work documents and assess whether they are best suited to working airside or landside.