We're looking for top talent to join our teams in Dublin, Cork and Galway
We've won 34 awards for recruitment excellence, workplace culture and work in the community.
This year Sigmar were announced as one of the Top 5 Places to Work in Ireland (<100 staff) at the Great Place to Work Awards 2016 and were proud recipients of Best CSR Initiative 2015 at the Recruitment International Awards.
Winners of Best Large Recruitment Agency in Ireland twice in a row by the National Recruitment Federation.
Ireland's top commission structure, including bonuses and accelerated commission of up to 40%!
Regular overseas Christmas party. Give you winter woolies a few days off.
No thresholds on your commission!
Currently approved on 237 Preferred Supplier Lists, which we believe is the highest in Ireland.
Regular company wide bonuses.
Most comprehensive training programmes in the market – for graduates and experienced staff.
Highest number of NRF industry fellowships (recruiters with over 10 years experience) and the highest number of NRF certified recruitment consultants in Ireland.
Structured career path to cater for consultants at all levels with additional annual leave & benefits as you progress.
High performance and empowering culture
(but no micro-management).
Founder of key national initiatives including National Employment Week Ireland, Gateway To Europe, Employment Leadership Group.
Excellent culture with great social scene (many nights out, sporting events and a movie club).
We’re a healthy place to work there’s free yoga classes, a stockpile of fresh fruit for snacking on.
Strong sense of purpose, with proven CSR history. We organise and support events and intiatives such as Mental Health and Employment, Business in the Community, IMNDA, Ahead, Kanchi and many more.
Consultants choose their own preferred healthcare provider.
Well populated and maintained database.
All consultants get allocated advertising slots on main job-boards.
All consultants manage key accounts.
Life at Sigmar
Some pics of our Christmas Party in France, December 2015