Evolution and Zitko Consulting announce resourcing partnership

Integrated fire and security systems business Evolution has entered into an exclusive agreement with Zitko Consulting to manage all of its staff resourcing requirements across engineering, operations and management.

The two companies have been working together successfully for several years now on national and, indeed, international recruitment projects. The new managed service contract will embed a senior Zitko consultant, namely Paul Gooding, into the organisation to provide close support.

Richard Lambert, managing director of Evolution, is looking forward to involving Paul more closely in the strategic business and manpower planning. Lambert explained to Security Matters: “Until now, we’ve expended considerable time and energy working with multiple consultancies. This new arrangement will allow a deeper and more productive collaboration involving a team we’ve come to know and trust.”

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Richard Lambert

Zitko Consulting is a specialist fire and security recruitment consultancy. The firm manages an extensive professional network that not only yields highly sought-after specialists, but also valuable industry insights and market intelligence.

“With the new partnership,” asserted George Zitko (managing director at Zitko Consulting), “we’ll be able to contribute towards the Evolution business far more widely, from salary research and employer marketing right through to building talent pools well in advance of requirement.”

Zitko added: “Evolution is a company we’ve long admired. They’re one of the top integrators, have a fantastic working environment and strong core values with which we we align. The moment you see the classic BMW motorbike in reception you know you’re somewhere special.”

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George Zitko

Post Covid-19 momentum is already building for Evolution and one of the priorities for the new partnership will be resourcing skilled project and technical engineers. The first campaigns will be appearing shortly.

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