A LEADING Scottish recruitment firm has opened its doors to a new Dunfermline office.

Be Personnel has continued its growth journey with the addition of a new base at the Flexspace Dunfermline business centre in Pitreavie Business Park.

One of Scotland's leading recruiters in the food processing, commercial, industrial and driving sectors, the initial team of four staff in Dunfermline will work across recruitment and business development functions.

Be Personnel has been enjoying a period of continued growth – including during the pandemic – and the move coincided with Dunfermline being named as Scotland’s eighth and newest city earlier in the year as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Managing director Claire Cookson said they were delighted to strengthen their presence in the Central Belt.

"We have experienced strong growth in the region, even during the pandemic, and the new office will bring together our team who had been home working since lockdown when not on one of our client sites in the region," she said.

“The new office is based close to MOWI, our valued client which we work in partnership with, so it will provide a great candidate space where we can meet prospective candidates for placement as well as providing us with a dedicated place to service our growing Central Belt client base.”

Based in Inverness, Be Personnel employs 13 people and is now in its second decade of trading. The new Dunfermline office brings the company’s locations to four and joins its Inverness base and presence at client offices in Buckie and Rosyth.

The firm is part of the Inverness-based GEG Capital group of companies which also contains fellow recruitment companies Cammach Bryant, Genesis Personnel and Global Highland.