Job Seekers

A warm welcome from Team One UK

At Team One UK we welcome those who are actively seeking employment. Each candidate is treated to the same objective detailed consultative process, ensuring that we maintain a high standard of service both to you as the candidate and to our clients. We aim to make the process as stress and trouble free as possible.

If you do not see any vacancies that match your qualifications and experience on our website please feel free to submit your CV in confidence anyway. We review every CV which is submitted however we will only register your CV if we feel your profile is a close match to the areas we recruit for.
Prior to submitting your CV to any of our clients we will arrange an interview in person or over the phone. The purpose of this interview is to review your CV in more detail and to establish whether your personality will fit the corporate culture of our client. We will also discuss your career aspirations, your achievements to date and of course your salary expectations.
Once your CV is registered with Team One we will respect your privacy and we will not forward your details to any of our clients without your knowledge and permission. We will only put your CV forward for a position if the role is of interest to you and represents a career progression for you. Prior to submitting your CV to any of our clients we will always call you to discuss the role in more detail.’
Please search our job board for suitable vacancies and submit your CV for consideration.

Sectors we specialise in

Type of roles we cover


Permanent roles mean you are directly employed and paid by that employer. In addition to your annual salary, there are often other company benefits like health care, holiday pay, sick pay and pension contributions.

Contract roles mean you are contracted to perform services for a client for a specified period, ranging from weeks to months. There is a specified end date of employment from the start.

Temporary agency work can involve working for as little as one day or for many months for an employer. You have a specified hourly rate and an end date for your employment period which sometimes can be extended and on-going.

A temporary to permanent placement is essentially a temporary role with a view of changing to permanent after a certain amount of time. This enables both the employer and the employee to see if they are a match before entering a long-term commitment.

Remote work is a working style that allows professionals to work outside of a traditional office environment, whether it be from home or another specified working space.

Hybrid work is a flexible working model where employees work partly in the physical workplace such as the employers office, and partly remotely such as at home. As an example you could work 2 days in the office and 3 days from home.

Flexible working is a type of working pattern which is different from your existing one. Flexible working arrangements might include changing from full-time to part-time work.

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