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We have built long-term partnerships with organisations ranging from large multinational corporations to emerging technology start-ups. The consultants at Montash are experienced in matching high calibre talent with exceptional opportunities.

Our consultants will partner with you and make sure they have complete understanding of your career requirements, skills and that your career ambitions and aspirations are realised, through a rigorous process. Our consultants will then identify suitable roles and present you with the opportunities.

We are currently working on several assignments across the globe in both contract and permanent roles.

We offer a full range of career services, including:

  • CV consultation
  • Salary benchmarking
  • In-depth employer briefings
  • Pre and post interview analysis 
  • Expectation and offer management
  • International relocation services
  • Post placement care
  • Compliance and legal resources

If you have requirements in any of the above areas or would like to discuss your career aspirations in detail,
please contact us on:


+44 (0) 20 7014 0230 or send an email to info@montash.com

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