Dynamic Positions
Welcome to Dynamic Positions

Dynamic Positions was founded in 2006 to provide a trained, first class workforce to some of the most prestigious and ambitious projects worldwide. Drawing on our industry knowledge, based on years of experience in the recruitment and manpower market sectors, Dynamic Positions provides high calibre individuals from the highest end of technical engineering to unskilled labour. We service the Global EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction), Offshore and Engineering Consultancy markets and are also capable of supplying the Global Hospitality sector.

Why diversify into manpower supply?

Dynamic Positions care about our clients. We like to see ourselves as an extension of their organisation, to work in partnership with them to provide a value added service which should free them to pursue their core business activities without distraction or delay.

Therefore when our overseas clients began to mention about the problems they were having in sourcing a trained and effective workforce, Dynamics decided to facilitate this request by offering a manpower service that was similar to our sister company’s (Premier Recruitment Solutions) activities in the UK.

Premier Recruitment Solutions have been one of the market leaders in the UK Construction Industry in the supply of Skilled, Unskilled and Semi-skilled labour for a number of years. Unfortunately it would be virtually impossible to supply our overseas clients with labour from the UK because earnings are generally higher than many of the regions where our client’s projects are based. We therefore had to look to another country as a source of this labour.

From our market research and speaking to site/project managers, we found that the general consensus was that Nepal was a valuable source of labour, due to having a high unemployment rate, slow economy and a willingness of workers to travel abroad together with their expectations of earning.

We are aware from past experiences that Nepalese workers, as a whole, are extremely hard working, reliable, honest, dedicated and adaptable. The history of recruiting Nepalese manpower dates back over 200 years. It began with the Ghurkhas of Nepal being recruited into the colonial British Army in India during early 19th Century. The reputation of Nepalese workers still continues in this same spirit. Generally speaking Nepalese candidates are well educated, eager for training, speak a level of English and most are available for immediate placement.

In 2007 Dynamic Positions opened an office in Kathmandu, Nepal. We are in discussions with training institutions with a view to forming partnerships to educate workers to an international standard. We are currently looking at the level of training offered by these institutions and in particular the level of health and safety training.

Premier Recruitment is an established and registered Health & Safety training and testing centre for the UK recognised Construction Industries Training Board (CITB). All the labourers and construction workers that Premier Recruitment Solutions supply are trained and tested to Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) standard and carry official cards to that end. We are also in discussions with CITB as to whether we can offer the same training, testing and certification in Nepal. The European Commission may also be providing us a grant to open a purpose built Training Centre in Nepal.

We have had discussions with Nepalese government officials as to how we can best serve the Nepalese people and are now working in conjunction with the Ministry of Transport & Labour  to see that these joint objectives are met, therefore eliminating the exploitation of the workforce that has unfortunately been the case in the past.

We have also been very proactive in listening and taking advice from the International Labour Organisation and are trying to address the recent issues and concerns that were highlighted in the last ILO Conference in Geneva.

As part of our service we have contracted Nepal’s only occupational health doctor to examin all candidates and issue a valid certificate to the affects of their fitness for the position applied for and that they are free from any disease or infection such T.B., HIV etc.

If demand from the Middle East and overseas countries is sufficient we will look to open offices in these countries and our own training centres in Nepal. This would involve initially taking UK instructors to Nepal however we will explore bringing Nepalese trainers to the UK to be able to deliver courses to UK standards as ‘trainer trainers’ and in turn train our workforce.