Connex Liverpool moves into new office

Connex Education has moved into a new, purpose-designed office in Liverpool city centre, in an easy to reach location for education candidates.

The new office encompasses the East Suite in Temple Square on Dale Street in the heart of the centre of Liverpool’s business district. It is easily accessible for candidates via public transport with Moorfield Station only a thirty-second walk away.
It was officially unveiled on Friday 19th October as the Connex Liverpool Director Hannah McDaid cut the red ribbon as staff entered. She said:

“We’re really pleased to move into the new office. We felt that by moving here we would be able to greet candidates in a more welcoming environment. Our last office served a purpose, but I feel that the new office is a nicer environment for our staff and candidates.”

The Liverpool office will continue to be the central hub for Connex\’s head office functions and is the result of continued growth for the company which covers all sectors of education recruitment, including early years, primary, secondary and SEN specialisms. Hannah continued: “Another factor in the move was that it was important that we were able to accommodate a growing team. We support more local authorities and schools than we ever have. This includes primary and secondary as well as our rapidly growing early years division. This means we have more consultants meeting more quality candidates in order to meet the demands of our schools and nurseries.”

The office is open now and will be welcoming education staff from Monday 22nd October onwards.

Connex Education is a leading education recruitment company. Headquartered in Liverpool and established in 1999, the company boasts national coverage. It provides day-to-day supply, short-term and permanent recruitment solutions to schools and nurseries as well as accredited CPD education training and an innovative graduate employment-based SCITT programme.

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