Airswift has successfully supported our client base in Mexico for over two years. In 2017, Airswift established an office in Mexico City to support the region’s growth, providing recruitment and selection services, as well as full workforce solutions tailored to our clients’ needs.
Our talent acquisition teams focus on dedicated disciplines and verticals. This gives them a detailed understanding of client and candidate requirements. This domain knowledge ensures that projects are staffed on-time, compliantly and within budget.
Our recruitment services include manpower supply, labour outsourcing, contract recruitment, permanent hire, contingent staffing and executive search campaigns.
We provide consulting services and unique talent mapping, which includes market rate evaluations and real-time data. This allows for improved workforce planning, sourcing and risk management through better decision-making.
We offer an embedded recruitment process outsourcing service on or near-site. Our team will become immersed in your culture and engage in your hiring process. An on-site managed solution can reduce cost and time-per-hire without compromising quality.
The Global Energy Talent Index (GETI)
Every year, Airswift co-produce an annual employment trends and benchmarking report.GETIis a consultancy report for managers and professionals in the energy sector. The report focuses on oil and gas, renewables, power, nuclear and petrochemicals.
Jobs in Mexico
Our contract and direct hire recruiters help top talent at every stage of their job search.
Whether you’re searching for full time or temporary work, Airswift can help you find the right role for your career goals and skill set.
If you are looking for opportunities in Mexico, you can see the latest job openings on ourjob board.
D.F. – Av. Paseo de la Reforma 300 piso 17 Col. Juárez Delegacíon Cuauhtémoc Mexico
t: +52 (55) 4170 5117
Relocating to Mexico
Whether you’re on assignment or travelling for work, take a moment to look at our Relocation Guide, which offers a unique view on life in Mexico and some general guidelines for getting around the country.