Firm move to Banchory and aims to expand operation

Jo McIntosh, managing director at Caerus Resources.
Jo McIntosh, managing director at Caerus Resources.

Oil and gas upstream recruitment company Caerus Resources has targeted further growth after moving to larger premises in Banchory.

The company, which has a staff of five, says it aims to double its workforce within the next 12 months.

Caerus Resources’ new office space, part of the Banchory Business Centre on the Burn O’ Bennie Road, is roughly four times the size of the company’s previous Riverside Drive premises.

It also features boardroom and conference facilities.

Jo McIntosh, director at Caerus Resources, said: “The past six months, in particular, have been an exciting time for the business. Demand for our services has been greater than we could have imagined – making this the ideal time to move to larger premises.

“The new office space adds fresh impetus to the business and will help us build upon our success to date. We are still finding that Aberdeen is a buoyant market which presents numerous opportunities for the right candidates.”

“My main objective will be to identify the right people to help Caerus Resources achieve continued success. We are especially keen to hear from trainees or recent graduates with an ambition to succeed in a demanding role within the Caerus business.”

Caerus Resources was launched in January this year.

For more information on Caerus Resources visit, email or call 01330 826580.