Chase Resourcing

Chase Resourcing

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Chase Towers, Daly’s Lane
The Square
Killorglin Co. Kerry
Company Tel
+353 (0) 66 9762 007

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First opening it's doors in 2005, Chase Resourcing is located in the South West region of Ireland, in the province of Munster. Owned jointly by Fred Mc Donogh and Ogie (O’Sullivan) Reddan, Chase Resourcing has grown from a local recruitment service to an International resourcing company; we specialise in all aspects of the recruitment, selection and placements process. We offer a high quality service to Clients and Candidates both inside Ireland and internationally. We pride ourselves on building lasting relations and helping individuals and companies reach their goals.


Expertise across a range of areas


We recognise that every organisation has different challenges, different recruitment/staffing strategies and procedures. We provide a range of supporting services to help fit the exact needs of your organsiation. Our expertise across a number of key business areas has helped us to identify and develop recruitment processes which can make the difference between recruiting average candidates and those who are the best possible fit.


A results-driven approach


We take an open, honest approach to assessing projects: if we see challenges or barriers to success, we are not afraid to say so and to assist in the solution. We also commit to a results-driven process. We agree to clear objectives and make sure that we meet them, we're proud to say that 70% of our continued revenue streams stems from recommendations and repeat business.

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