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Capital International Staffing Ltd (UK)
Maple House. 192-198 London Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9RD

T:  +44 (0) 1444 235577     |     E:      |     W:


About Capital International

Capital International has been in the specialised area of recruiting the very best technical engineering professionals for business throughout Europe since 1983. The key to our longevity and success is our passion for excellent customer service, the very best results and a highly trained and competent  team.

Capital have always taken the view it is better to be specialists than generalist and have taken a proactive and innovative approach to contract and permanent recruitment solutions. This has enabled us to build up an enviable database of potential candidates, good client relationships and a work force that is highly skilled and committed to delivering the very best results for our clients and candidates.

Based near Brighton in West Sussex, Capital is geographically positioned with excellent road, sea and air links to ensure we provide a personalised recruitment service to our clients in the UK and Mainland Europe. Our multi-lingual staff are trained to offer cost effective recruitment solutions, whilst ensuring legal and compliancy standards are met for every country in which we operate.

Our Vision

To be recognised by our clients and candidates as the provider of choice for technical engineering professionals throughout Europe.

Our Mission

To focus on delivering an extraordinary service to all our customers, and to constantly invest in the growth and development of our people.

Our Values

As part of our day to day activities and for future success, we commit to the following:

  • Be dedicated
    • Exceed expectations
    • Be resolute in achieving success
    • ‘Really’ know your customers
    • Deliver the best service
  • Be your customers expert
    • Use your knowledge to enhance the candidate and client experience
    • Be hungry for knowledge
    • Learn, grow and evolve.
  • Be ambitious and follow your dreams
    • Strive to be your best
    • Be determined to succeed
    • Be resilient in the face of adversity
    • Enjoy the days work
  • Be compassionate and caring
    • Be kind and supportive to everyone
    • Listen with empathy
    • In all interactions, make people feel valued
We want our work environment to be fun, passionate and hard to leave!

We want our candidates to work with us and know we have their best interests at heart and our clients to know they can trust us to deliver the best personnel for the job.



We love engineers! Why? Because the work they do literally keeps people moving, connected and exploring. Engineers solve real problems and make a tangible change in the world.

As one of Europe’s leading engineering recruitment companies, Capital International Staffing have helped clients find the right candidates and helped job seekers find the right role for their career, for over 30 years. We specialise in providing engineering recruitment services for the Space and Satellite, Aerospace, Automotive, Defence and Telecoms industries.

We provide contract and permanent engineers to our wide client range and, because of our personal and dedicated approach, have developed long-lasting relationships with these clients. This means that when Capital International Staffing forwards your CV, you’re already at the top of the pile.

Remember, we work across a wide range of disciplines including; software, hardware, systems and mechanical engineering, stress and safety, as well as project and programme management. If you wish to discuss any of our positions further or want to find talent for your business, please get in touch.









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