ALLEN & YORK Expand Further into LATAM, MENA & European Markets

09 December by Miriam Heale


The growth of Renewable Energy developments, Infrastructure projects and Environmental & Conservation initiatives across the globe has given rise to an increased recruitment demand for specialist technical professionals.  ALLEN & YORK have reacted accordingly, by significantly bolstering our international team, to provide a strong, focused service for this specialist international market.

ALLEN & YORK have a dedicated, multilingual team who have expanded to meet the growing demand for Energy and Environmental professionals across the MENA, LATAM, European & South African regions.  

We recruit for a wide range of clients primarily across; renewable energy projects (developers, infrastructure and construction), electricity generation for multinational utilities, international environmental & conservation organisations, as well as global carbon trading and investment companies.

ALLEN & YORK's International Team have the flexibility, expertise and extensive global network to source high calibre talent across the international business community.  We are working with leading private and public sector organisations to deliver their ambitious growth plans into 2016 and beyond.

We are experiencing a growing demand for both skilled professionals sourced internationally, as well as qualified local candidates in areas where languages are a requirement, and we are able to provide both, at all levels from CEO to entry level.

To discuss your international recruitment requirements, please contact:

Tom Wolsey – International Energy
+44(0)1202 888 986

Chris Saunby – International Environment
+44(0)1202 888 986

Simon Bangs – Middle East Energy & Environment 
+971 (0)444 69828

Oscar Castro - LATAM 
+44(0)1202 888 986 

Marina Moya Gutierrez - Europe & South Africa
+44(0)1202 888 986


ALLEN & YORK consultants will be attending the up-coming Mexico Wind Power 2016, on 24-25th February 2016 at Centro Banamex, Mexico City.
Contact Oscar Castro  to pre-book a meeting