PER links the world's brightest professionals with the electronic industry's leading opportunities.


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Hassle-free, electronics recruitment consultancy for candidates and employers alike.

At PER, we've spent over 30 years building trust and key relationships within the global electronics industry.

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Electronics industry recruitment specialists

We're always in the know regarding the best opportunities for SMPS, UPS, Semiconductors, Cybersecurity, Datacentres, E/V and Green Energy roles.

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We see every assignment as a two-way street and provide prompt, friendly and professional guidance and support throughout.

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Trust that we know the industry. Trust that we're efficient and effective. Trust that we're the specialists you need.

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There's a reason PER have been doing this for over 30 years.

"For more than 20 years PER has provided a highly professional service, has always been easy to deal with and consistently offers suitable, well-vetted candidates for interview.”

David Bond

“I just received your gift at work today, thank you very much! You’re right, it’s a great company. With one week done I’m finding it a really good place to work. Thanks again for all the help you and your colleagues have given me, I couldn’t have done it without you.”

Connor Duignan

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13 Nov 2019

Electrical engineers are added to the UK’s shortage occupation list

PER-International is happy to report that recent changes to the UK’s visa policy mean that electrical engineers and electronics engineers have now been added to the Shortage Occupation List.

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13 Sep 2019

US-China trade war reroutes global electronics supply chains

Global electronics supply chains are being rerouted as a result of the continuing trade war between the US and China. However, it’s the US importers who are being left to pick up the bill.

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