Synergy Selection has an enviable reputation for finding the very best people available in the Financial Technology and Electronic Payments markets. Our success comes from a combination of experience, a powerful network and a thorough and detailed approach to sourcing the best candidates.
Once you engage our services we work very closely with you to identify precisely what type of person you are looking for. We would establish what your ideal candidate’s background would be, where you would like them to come from and understand what softer qualities the candidate must possess to achieve a good cultural fit within your existing team.
Synergy Selection would then map the market for possible candidates using a wide variety of methods including our existing contact network, excellent database and good old fashioned investigative work, to pull together a strong “long list” of potential candidates. Once the mapping and research has taken place we would then screen the contenders both on the telephone and during a face to face interview for possible inclusion on a shortlist.
At this stage we can also offer you the option of providing you with IQ and psychometric profiling services which would provide you with detailed reports showing a valuable insight into a candidate’s characteristics and personality.
The next stage would be to discuss each candidate individually with you and highlight their strengths and weaknesses for the role, together with making our recommendations.
The whole interview cycle would be managed and coordinated by ourselves as would the offer and referencing process. We would not consider the assignment complete until several months after the successful candidate has joined you.
If you would like us to find the best people for your team please feel free to contact us to discuss this further. We often work on similar types of roles, however one of our most enjoyable assignments is if you have a position which is proving extremely difficult to fill, then we relish the opportunity to demonstrate our service on a particularly tricky role.