Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

Specialist energy Recruitment Company hit the ground running in first quarter

JDR Energy, part of the Opus Professional Services Group have had a phenomenal first quarter of 2016. From their inception in 2015, they have seen extraordinary results, mobilising 5 full project teams in North Africa and generating in excess of $5million turnover.

The individual performances of the team have been inspiring, with consultants breaking records in many areas across the entire Opus Professional Services Group.

JDR Energy team are set to exceed lofty expectations, carving out a niche within the market and setting themselves apart from the competition. In addition to this, arising market opportunities mean that it is expected that new business endeavours will progressively increase throughout the duration of the year.

Headed up by the highly regarded and experienced Managing Director, Jack Rawcliffe, the team at JDR Energy have been in a strong position for growth from the onset.

Jack has drawn upon his key leadership skills, market knowledge and experience to ensure that the team have fully immersed themselves into specialist markets and positioning themselves as a supplier of choice with some of the biggest names in energy.

The team have quickly integrated themselves into the global energy market, successfully placing candidates across North Africa, U.A.E, South Africa, USA, Continental Europe and the UK.

After placing The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work for 2015 and 2016 under the Opus Professional Services Group, JDR Energy are more determined than ever to become global thought leaders of the recruitment industry.

JDR Energy’s Managing Director, Jack Rawcliffe, comments, “we’re extremely proud of our impressive results, particularly in light of the complex nature of the solutions we are providing to our clients in challenging locations. I am looking forward to an exciting year, with this quarter acting as a spring board for our continued success and aggressive expansion plans going forward.”