By a County Press reporter
Sunday, January 27, 2013
The Isle of Wight Council will appoint a new recruitment agency to fill senior posts, which are expected to become vacant in the coming months.
A contract with a search and recruitment agency has recently ended and councillors will on Monday consider giving approval for a new agency to be sought.
Members will be told such a contract enables the council to develop a relationship with an agency that both understands the Island context and promotes the Island as a good place to work.
Most vacancies coming up in 12 to 18 months will be due to retirement and it is feared there would be delays in recruitment without an agency.
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