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STRI Group starts global recruitment drive

11.28pm 18th October 2016 - Corporate

STRI undertaking objective measurements at The Open 2016
STRI undertaking objective measurements at The Open 2016

STRI Group has launched a global recruitment process to fill an array of roles across its UK, China and Qatar operations.

The Yorkshire-based global sports turf consultants and research specialists is looking to hire people in various specialist positions including agronomists, ecologists, environmentalists, sports surface technical and research managers.

STRI's Adam Newton at The Old Course, St Andrews
STRI’s Adam Newton at The Old Course, St Andrews

Most of the positions will be based in the UK, however STRI also needs experienced staff in its rapidly expanding Aspire Sports Turf facility in Doha and in its newly formed business in China.

Over the past five years, STRI has reinforced its position as market leader in the sports surface industry. Significant investments have been made, including the development of new research facilities in Australia and Qatar and the launch of design and consultancy hubs in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

STRI Group Director, Lee Penrose, said: “This is a brilliant opportunity to work for the world’s leading sports surface business during a period of rapid global expansion.

“We want to strengthen the talent pool in all our offices so we can continue to offer our high-quality services to a wider variety of clients, across a range of sport and amenity sectors.

“This is an exciting period of growth for STRI and I’m looking forward to welcoming more new members of staff in 2017.”

For the full range of roles available please visit http://strigroup.com/jobs/

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