Many of the positions we source for are of a highly specialised nature therefore at times a different approach to recruitment is required. Our team is experienced in headhunting the needle in the haystack. Using our initial research we target the companies with the specialist skills required and do what it takes to identify the relevant candidates working there. Our approach to recruitment goes far beyond databases and job boards allowing us to add real value.
The candidates we source are niche and often difficult to find. At Langtech we engage passive candidates in innovative non-traditional ways. We create podcasts on different topics pertinent to our industry whether this be the history of F1 to the new generation of electric vehicles,we cover it all and post them through various outlets where our candidates would be e.g. Our website, Linkedin, Forums and have already applied for partnership through Spotify
Similar to podcast as a non-traditional way of engagement by agencies. Using our own personal network we interview and publish content with Industry leaders. For example we have interviewed F1 commentary legend Murray Walker. This way not only do we learn more about our market but we are gaining exposure and attention from other industry leaders who in turn could be our next candidate
Race days and Events – How could you really know your market just sitting behind a desk? Here at Langtech we believe you have to go beyond sourcing from an office and meet the people you are trying to attract. We have attended Grand Prix’s worldwide, Geneva Motor Show, Isle of Man TT races and many more. From this we have met candidates that have registered with us and trust us to secure their future roles.
Many agencies will say they are specialists in their given field but a Langtech we are first and foremost fans of Motorsport and innovation within the wider automotive industry. We focus on what we know best and do not operate in other industries, this way our team lives and breathes Motorsport and future cars and truly are “specialists”.