Careers that
Build the WORLD

Connecting leading organisations with exceptional talent

Partner with us to find your next leadership opportunity. Whether you are an experienced executive or an evolving manager. Our diverse international client base offers employment opportunities to match your ambitions across sales, engineering, and operations in the Construction Equipment OEM & Rental Industry.

Offering insightful and knowledgeable permanent recruitment service to our clients across the Construction Equipment OEM & Rental industry. Lawsons Global Recruitment uses a consultative, relationship-driven approach to provide high calibre talent to our partners. We deliver proven results to an international client base.

As a business division of the KHL Group - the world’s leading diversified media company for the Construction Equipment OEM & Rental industry - we offer you, our candidates and clients exclusive access to unique platforms, networks, and services. Acting on up-to-the-minute information and insights to match the best available talent to the right opportunity.

Our aim is simple

To assist you in attracting and retaining
the best talent in the your market.

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