You come from grass-roots units. When you worked there you knew or came into contact with all kinds of people, both at your own level and at other levels. If you think some of them are talented, even if they have certain weakness, you should not hesitate to employ them.
Trained people can be very useful: indeed, we can do nothing without them.
In 1975, when I was responsible for straightening things out in all fields of endeavor, I used a few capable people, and with their help I succeeded in restoring order in certain areas and making great changes.